Add a point of interest to your garden with the Brazilian Walking Iris. This plant produces mid green, sword shaped leaves in attractive clumps, and iris like flowers throughout late spring. Each flower lasts for one day, and after flowering, the stem droops down to form a new plantlet. It is a great plant for garden beds, planter boxes, hanging baskets and as a lush indoor plant. Its cascading habit is perfect for vertical gardens. Grow it in a shady to partly shady position outdoors or in filtered light indoors. This is a fantastic plant to use when making kokedama.
|Size — 200mm|
|Growth Width — 90cm|
|Growth Height — 60cm|
|Flower Colour — Purple, White|
|Flowering Period — Spring|
|Light Requirements — Part Shade, Shade|
Cultivate the soil before planting. Dig a hole that is twice as wide and deep as the container. Remove the plant from the container and place it in the hole, so that the soil level of the plant is the same as the surrounding soil. Fill the hole with soil, tamp down firmly, and water well, even if the soil is moist.
Water this plant regularly.