German iris has a peculiar appearance, gorgeous and rich colors, has a long history of cultivation, and has a long-standing reputation in horticulture! German iris is a frequent visitor in gardens, flower borders, and flower beds. Under the condition of reasonable plant matching, it can get extremely high ornamental value. Garden designers once commented: German iris can play the finishing touch for the configuration of garden plants!
German iris is an indispensable gardening material in modern gardens in European and American countries. It has a variety of colors, high and low plant types, and is resistant to drought, barrenness, heat, and has strong adaptability. The iris in the garden is often planted alone or in combination with various plants. The tall German iris can be used as the background plant of the flower bed. When it is not in bloom, the dark green leaves can be used as a good background color to set off the plants in the flower bed. Once When it comes to flowering, the gorgeous and flamboyant flowers of German iris will definitely become the focus of the audience!
When using German iris with various plants, you should consider plants with similar growth habits. The most commonly used combination is multi-flowered lupin and German iris, which can create a rich and beautiful façade landscape and make the flower border colorful. The flowering period of German iris is from April to May in spring. Some low creeping, long-flowering and cold-resistant plants can be planted in the gap between German iris. It can be well embellished and planted in, the flowering period is staggered, and the beautiful scenery alternates. If you are a fan of German iris, you can collect a variety of varieties and create a special garden for German iris.
The flower shape of German iris is similar, but the flower color is full of changes. Common shades of blue such as sky blue, lake blue, sapphire blue, and blue-violet mixture. The combination of blue German irises can easily match the blue atmosphere of the flower border. And the contrasting leaf color and texture of German iris can bring tension to the garden. Some dwarf German irises are only about 25 centimeters in height. If this type of iris is planted in flower borders or flower beds, it is easy to be covered by other plants. If the size is small, it may be planted in a single clump in a rock garden. You can choose some light blue, dark blue, and fuchsia German irises to plant in rock gardens. When they bloom in late spring and early summer, the dazzling flowers will add a beautiful color to the garden!