Bearded Iris 'Copper Classic'
Distinctive, coppery, dusky coral blooms.
Blooms early summer
A prolific early-summer bloomer, this U.S.-grown bearded iris unfurls unusual, coppery, dusky-coral standards and falls. The flower color is relatively even-toned throughout except for the brighter orange beards. Plants reach 35” tall, with up to 5-7 blooms per stem. Grow wherever you need a little more romance and refinement.
Blooms in May / June, and prefers full to partial sun.
Does not ship internationally.
|1 Rhizome||$7.99||Out of Stock|
Bearded Iris should be planted in full sun to partial shade - they require at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. They perform best in well-drained soil and should be planted on the surface of the soil with any roots facing down and buried, with the fan of the leaves and the upper surface of the rhizome facing up and exposed. Provide a layer of light mulch (such as straw or leaves) the first winter, but remove this as soon as the weather warms in spring; beyond this do not mulch.
Water in after transplanting; beyond that only provide water if it is extremely dry.
Plants benefit from a low nitrogen fertilizer in early spring and just after blooming to nourish the rhizomes. Apply fertilizer around the rhizomes, but not directly onto them.
Remove spent flowerheads after blooming is finished, and prune back the foliage to about 6" in fall after several frosts have occurred.
Bearded Iris like a lot of airflow and don't do well when crowded, so as your clumps grow they should be divided every 3-4 years to maintain 16" spacing.
|Bloom Season||Early Summer|
|Bulbs per Square Foot||1|
|Height at Maturity||35"|
|Sun Preference||Full to Partial Sun|
|Hardiness Zone Range||4-9|
Bearded Iris will start shipping in September. If your order contains products with different ship dates, your items will be shipped as they become available, on or after the shipping dates indicated on the product above. If there are multiple ship dates, the shipping quote you will receive will cover these multiple shipments.