Iris sibirica 'Jerry Murphy' is a Siberian Iris with multi-hued creamy-pink standards and gold, bronze, apricot and red falls.
Iris sibirica 'Jerry Murphy' is an awarding winning Siberian Iris with multi-colored hues ranging from creamy-pink standards to yellow signals and purple-apricot veining spilling out from the centre, mixing with shades of bronze, gold, apricot to dark red stippled falls. Flowers sit atop vertical columns of strap-like, long-lasting green foliage up to 30 inches in height. They are tough, long-lived, and disease resistant preferring average to moist soils. Useful for bridging the gap between spring and summer flowering perennials and between tall bearded irises and Japanese irises, making possible a vibrant succession of colour combinations. Part of the Peacock Butterfly series. Pollinator attractor. Deer resistant.
Common Name: Siberian Iris
Family: Iridaceae (The Iris Family)
Zone Hardiness: 3-9
Light: Full Sun, Part Sun, Part Shade
Primary Bloom Colour: Pink
Secondary Bloom Colour: Red
Bloom Time: Spring - Summer
Soil Moisture: Average, Moist
Benefits: Bees, Butterflies
Deer Resistant: Yes
BC Native: No
Native Habitat: Damp woodland, pastures and heaths.
Geogrpahical Origin: Asia and the Pacific - North Central and Eastern Asia
Europe and Africa - Europe and Western Russia
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