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These flowers can vary slightly in colour each year, from shades of blue to grey, with yellow crests. Short sturdy stems produce very long lasting blooms that multiply easily.
Similar to the dwarf irises, 'Katharine Hodgkin' is a hybrid of two other closely related iris species: the wild blue I. histroides and the rare primrose-yellow I. winogradowii. She boasts pale, powder blue standards and a yellow blotch veined with dark blue. 'Katharine Hodgkin' prefers moist, well-drained soil in the spring and relatively dry conditions during summer dormancy. This makes her a perfect choice for rock gardens or containers. But best of all she's a very hardy, early bloomer that can withstand a lot of nature's fury like freezing rains, snowfall and heavy downpours!