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Yellow Flag

Iris pseudacorus

A must for the margins of your wildlife pond or natural bog garden!

This erect, colourful plant can be seen growing in wet conditions, including coastal salt marshes, throughout Britain.

Its fleshy rhizomes are adapted to cope in airless waterlogged soils and can be used as a black dye.

The stately flower spikes carry clusters of 4-12 buds, but only 1-3 open at the same time revealing sunny yellow falls with purple-veined centres.

A robust perennial with evergreen, sword-shaped leaves that quickly forms a sturdy clump.

Flower spikes can be anything from 50cm - 150cm tall.

Flowers May - July


Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit


PRICE £4.95