This is a new crop for us and we are still working out the kinks. For now, I am only offering the Michigan Pride Iris for sale as some of the other cultivars had other cultivars mixed in. Next season, I should have them all blooming and be able to get straight runs for each cultivar. Thanks for your patience!
Iris are easy to grow and will grow almost anywhere! Plant just under the soil so the top of the Rhizome is exposed or nearly. They don't like to stay too wet. Their roots will grow deep and have plenty of water when established. A few things to watch for are rotting smells or leaves (may have bugs) or spots on leaves during wet season (may have fungus). These issues are rare and treatable. See my blog for more info!