Reblooming Bearded iris Rosalie Figge
This offspring of a Dykes Metal winner (the highest award given to an irises and only one is announced each year) has the great growth and bloom habits you'd expect from champion bloodlines. Rich, saturated flowers are borne in abundance in spring and then again late in the season. A two time American Iris Society award winner with excellent height for the back of a bed or border, Rosalie Figge delivers a sweet scent, too. Named for the former president of the AIS, so you can be certain this cultivar is a special one. Deer resistant.
Transplant to garden with top 1/4th of the rhizome above ground level in drier climates, top 1/2 where rain is more plentiful.
Water lightly until top growth emerges, mature plants are drought tolerant.
Full Sun / Light Shade
When planting more than one, space 8-12"
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