Dutch Iris 'Professor Blaauw' (3 Bulbs)
The demand for the Dutch Iris came from commercial growers and florists. Their history dates to 1564 where they were discovered in Spain and was called the Spanish Iris. They were then planted in Holland and the name was changed to Dutch iris. The yellow on the flower is a characteristic of the Dutch iris.
Dutch Iris is a bulbous hardy perennial that prefer a full sun position in a well-drained soil which will make them thrive. They are low maintenance and easy to grow and can be left in the ground year after year. They can produce up to 2 flowers on each stem.