Purple Caesars Brother Blue Siberian Iris


Posted by deer resistant gardener | Posted in flowers, Iris | Posted on 28-02-2010


Purple ceasar’s brother iris sibirica. The Siberian Iris Caesar’s Brother iris produces deep purple flowers in late spring with sturdy stems which rise to 40” high above a clump of grass-like, linear leaves. The delicate leaves make them one of the queens of fresh cut floral bouquets. After blooming is complete, the vase-shaped foliage will retain its green color into the fall.

  • Sunlight: Full Sun Full Shade
  • Considered Deer Resistant: Yes
  • Flower/Plant Spreads over time: Yes
  • Beautiful Fragrance: Yes
  • Good for Containers: Yes
  • Can be grown indoors: Yes

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