Splitter Splatter Iris
Splitter Splatter Louisiana Iris is a striking specimen with creamy white petals with delicate purple veining and violet-purple accents. The crests are cream colored and the signals are gold to purple on the Splitter Splatter Louisiana Iris. Splitter Splatter Louisiana Iris blooms in early or late spring and lovely green foliage stays nice all season long. Splitter Splatter Iris is an absolute delight in your pond or in your water garden. Plant in 2 inches of water in the shallow areas of your natural bottom pond or in pots with up to 2 inches of water above the soil. Splitter Splatter Iris can be planted in moist areas of your bog or bog filter as long as the soil remains moist. Prefers full sun. Divide every 2 - 3 years, as needed. Great for water filtration and bank erosion.
Height 24 inches tall
Width 12 - 18 inches wide
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade (Blooms best in full sun)
Moisture Requirements Wet to moist, in moist soil or up to two inches above the soil
Bloom Blooms in early or late spring, depending on zone
Divide Divide every 2 - 3 years as needed
Zone Hardy in zones 6 - 12
Plant your Splitter Splatter Louisiana Iris in containers in your pond using fabric planting containers or planting baskets and loam soil. Plant the rhizomes in the planting container with up to one inch of soil above the rhizomes. Once you place the container in the pond make sure there is up to two inches of water above the rhizomes. If planting in your bog area, use loam soil along with composted material and plant with up to 1/2 inch of soil above the rhizomes. Keep soil evenly moist, especially during dry spells. Louisiana Iris may be used in your bog filter as Louisiana Iris helps to remove extra nutrients from the water.