Iris reticulata ‘Katherine Hodgkin’

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Iris reticulata  'Katharine Hodgkin'

 

Iris reticulata 'Katherine Hodgkin', Feb 2014

Iris reticulata 'Katherine Hodgkin'

Iris reticulata 'Katherine Hodgkin'

Iris reticulata 'Katherine Hodgkin', 08 Feb 2014

Categories: Bulbs, Flowers

Posted by The Frustrated Gardener

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5 comments On "Iris reticulata ‘Katherine Hodgkin’"

  1. Here in the northeastern US, with our summers much hotter than in the UK, Iris reticulata is reliably perennial in any bed that isn’t much (or at all) watered. I’ve had streams of “Katherine Hodgkin” increasing for years now. Lovely and reliable.

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