Speeding Again Tall Bearded Iris (Iris germanica ‘Speeding Again’)
Speeding Again Tall Bearded Iris
Ruffled racer, Speeding Again Iris (Iris germanica ‘Speeding Again’) is a revved-up reblooming Bearded Iris, featuring dark purple flags and falls that fade to white centers! These scented blooms have intricate white venation for added interest and rise tall above their greenery to delight you with twice the blooms! So easy care, you’ll have more time to yourself to enjoy the butterflies that drop by for a visit instead of fussing over these low-maintenance blooms!
The upright dark-green spear-like leaves grow in dense clumps, which are the perfect backdrops for the June blooms and then the fall rebloom! Incredibly tolerant of a wide range of growing zones, soil types and moisture availability! Iris are perfect for novice and experienced gardeners alike!
Enhance a fence line or your home’s foundation with these low-maintenance plants. Perfect as back-of-the-garden greenery all growing season, Iris are ideal in pollinator and perennial gardens, cottage beds and borders, in both sun or part shade! Add to a cutting garden for eye-catching floral bouquets!
Iris are as adaptable to the Xeric conditions of the rock garden as they are to the moisture around a Rain Garden or water feature! Small space gardens and containers of all sizes gain height and color with this small footprint, colorful plant. Don’t worry about over-crowding, because Iris rhizomes won’t overtake your garden beds!
Bearded Iris loves full sun and part shade, appreciating the latter when planted in the hottest of its preferred USDA zones 4-9. Iris are highly adaptable to soil and water, just be sure to water well to get established. They also appreciate a protective layer of mulch.
Hurry and catch the Speeding Again Reblooming German Iris before they’re gone!
|Common name||Speeding Again Tall Bearded Iris|
|Botanical name||Iris germanica 'Speeding Again'|
|Width||12 - 18 inches|
|Sunlight||Full Sun, Partial Shade|
|Soil condition||Well Drained Soil|
|Pruning time||After Foliage Yellows|