African Iris White Latin Name: Dietes Vegeta (Moraea Iridioides) Description
- This Evergreen, Herbaceous Perennial Blooms a White Flower with Yellow and Blue Markings. The Blooms Continue Rapidly Throughout the Year, and Arise from Green, Thick Stalks Up To 2-6 Feet (2-4 Feet Wide). Best Performs as an Enhancement to the Landscape by Border Planting, Ground Cover Under Trees, and Foundation Planting.
Amount of Sunlight: Full Sun To Partial Shade.
Amount of Water: Once Mature Water Occasionally; Tolerates Moderate Drought.
Soil Conditions: Dry, Well-Drained Soil.
Cold Hardiness Zone: 8-11.
- This Low Maintenance Plant Needs a Regular Water Schedule to Ensure the Growth of a Mature Root System. After the Mature Root System Is Established, Watering Is Needed Occasionally, Except During a Drought, Watering Is Needed Regularly. Remove Old Flower Stalks to Maintain Its Appearance.