Late Summer planted

Iris unguicularis Mary Barnard

Order Code: 102-05

Despatched with Late Summer or Autumn orders


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Iris unguicularis Mary Barnard is velvety purple-blue, with golden markings on the falls. It is the darkest of the Iris unguicularis and a glossy marvel in February, with shorter and darker foliage. Eating any part of the plant may cause severe discomfort.

RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Iris unguicularis Mary Barnard has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit because it has proved to be reliable in appropriate conditions and a good performing plant. 

Planting Instructions

Iris unguicularis Mary Barnard should be planted in a very sheltered, sunny site in well drained soil, allowing for 12" (30cm) spread and height and water in until established. Only tidy the foliage by pulling out old leaves as severe cutting back is not recommended.

Plant Details

Flowers February/March
Height 15" (38cm)

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