Iris - Katherine Hodgkin, 5 Pack

Iris - Katherine Hodgkin, 5 Pack

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  • Shipping Starts in Mid September
  • Top Size Bulbs, Corms, and Tubers
  • Sustainable Packaging
  • Canada-Wide Shipping

DWARF IRIS

  • Early Spring Flowering
  • 5 Pack
  • Great for naturalizing 
  • Deer Resistant
  • Zone 5

The Iris ‘Katherine Hodgkin’, part of the Dwarf family, is an award-winning hybrid iris that is renowned for having beautiful, short flowers. Katherine Hodgkins can be recognized by pale blue-veined petals with yellow blotches, with mature plants staying relatively small at 6 inches. Planted in September-December, you can expect to see blooms forming by as early as February and through until April. Plant bulbs 2 inches deep and 3 inches apart in well-draining soil, ensuring they get exposed to full or partial sun. Dwarf irises do well in a variety of locations; containers, borders, rock gardens, and lawns are all great choices! Be sure to plant these flowers in large groups if used in a lawn, as they can be otherwise easily lost due to their small stature.

 Colour

Blue

 Bulb Size

Top Size

 Bloom Size

6" H

 Sun Requirements

Full to Part Sun

 Fragrant

No

 Deer Resistant

Yes

 Plant 

Sept-Dec

 Bloom

Feb - Apr

 Plant depth

2"

 Space apart

3"

At Wildwood, we aim to make sure every plant arrives healthy and safe to your door in time for your planting period. Here is what you can expect after placing your order!

Shipping Schedule

The shipment of your order will follow our approximate schedule found below where timing will be dependent on what is being shipped, your planting zone, and the current weather conditions for shipping.

 Shipping For Earliest Shipping Time
Zone 1 - 9 Mid September
Fall Peonies Mid October
Amaryllis Late October

 

All times listed are the earliest dates shipping can start in that zone. Shipping times can change due to harsh weather conditions or supplier delays if they occur.

 

Not sure what planting zone you are? Check the map here or visit Natural Resources Canada to find the hardiness zone in your Municipality.

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