The Katharine Hodgkin Iris are dwarf Iris'. They make for beautiful landscape in any garden with their blue petals accented with yellow.
Planting zone: 5-8
Plant 4" apart in a garden. If planting in pots, plant a cluster of a few bulbs in a 10-14" 'patio type' pot using good-quality, multi-purpose compost.
Plant 3 inches deep into the soil.
Fertilize in the spring with a well-balanced fertilizer when signs of growth appear. Keep the plants well watered during the growth period. It’s best to water at ground level to minimize fungal diseases and flower discoloration. Maintain a layer of mulch to keep the soil cool and maintain moisture, but keep the mulch away from the stems to prevent rot.