A precious dwarf iris with large flowers early in the season; they can be in many colours, usually yellow, violet, blue, white or mixed; with the beard blue or white.
The seeds offered here are mostly from blue and violet forms but open pollinated so there is no guarantee on colour.
this is new for me and after looking for reliable info, it seems that the seeds should be first soaked (some say also scarified), sown and kept 4-6 weeks at warm then placed at cold for about 3 months. It is still possible that they will not germinate until the second season. Worth the wait…
Well, surprise, surprise – some seeds will germinate in 2- 3 weeks after soaking in warm water for 3-4 days (change the water daily), sown and kept at warm (room temperature; place in the furnace room if possible). I say some, because there is variation, not all sown seeds have germinated, so maybe what was written above it may apply in some cases.
See pictures in the blog – Surprise, surprise