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Iris Ensata Lady in Waiting
Iris Ensata Lady in Waiting - flower bulbs and perennial plants from Holland
Product Description - Iris Ensata Lady in Waiting
Japanese sword-shaped irises Lady in Waiting, are still rare in our gardens but are quickly gaining popularity among landscape designers. They decorate various fences and ponds. Looks good in group plantings in combination with perennial flower crops: poppies, gypsophila, and primroses.
The perennial wet onion plant is distinguished by a triple row of delicate wavy petals with a colorful lilac border. The size of the flower can reach 20 cm. The height of the plant is usually 60-80 cm. Flowering occurs in the second half of summer.
- planting depth 5-7 cm
- growth time 4-5 years
- distance between seedlings 30 cm
Product Details - Iris Ensata Lady in Waiting
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How to Plant - Iris Ensata Lady in Waiting
Guide and tips for planting papaver plants
Choose the planting location: Papaver plants prefer full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. Avoid planting in areas with standing water or where the soil remains soggy after rainfall.
Prepare the soil: Loosen the soil and remove any weeds or debris from the planting area. Amend the soil with compost or organic matter to improve the soil's fertility and drainage.
Dig a hole: Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the roots of the plant. The hole should be slightly wider than the spread of the roots.
Place the plant in the hole: Carefully remove the plant from its container and gently loosen any tangled roots. Place the plant in the hole and backfill with soil, making sure the crown of the plant, where the roots meet the stem, is level with the soil surface. Press down firmly to eliminate air pockets.
Water the plant: Give the plant a thorough watering after planting to settle the soil around the roots. Continue to water the plant regularly to keep the soil evenly moist until the plant becomes established.
Mulch the plant: Add a layer of organic mulch around the plant to help retain moisture and suppress weed growth. Keep the mulch a few inches away from the base of the plant to prevent rot.
Monitor the plant: Keep an eye on the plant's growth and water it regularly as needed. Papaver plants generally bloom in late spring to early summer and may require occasional deadheading to encourage continued blooming.
Delivery - Iris Ensata Lady in Waiting
Secure delivery across Europe
We deliver flower bulbs, seeds, perennials, roses and other plants to more than 30 countries across Europe. The standard delivery charge is added on orders depending on the country where you live.
To guarantee the best result and quality of our plants and bulbs, we dispatch all our orders at the right planting period. We monitor harvests in The Netherlands and weather conditions across Europe and start shipping our orders according to the following schedule:
- Summer Flowering Bulbs (dahlias, gladioli, begonias, etc.) - from 1 March until 1 June.
- Spring Flowering Bulbs (tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, etc.) - from 18 September until 1 December.
- Seeds and Garden Tools – all year round
- Roses, Perennials (except peonies), Bushes and other plants in pots - from 1 March until 1 June.
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What does the "Guarantee from Dutch-bulbs" include?
Quality guarantee. If the planting material does not meet quality standards.
A guarantee of variety. If the plant blooms in a different variety than the one you ordered.
A guarantee of grafting. If you have followed all the rules of cultivation, but the plant has not sprouted.
We promise quality or will refund you immediately if you are not satisfied.
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Iris Ensata Lady in Waiting