Siberian and japanese Iris
Siberian and Japanese Iris are very similar, except Japanese have larger flowers and are usually taller. Both are characterized by their clumping formation and bloom in late spring displaying a beautiful array of colors and shapes of flowers. They hold blooms for an extended period of time, and once blooming commences they still showcase bright green blades that add their own luscious addition to any garden. They are deer resistant and grow well in a variety of light and soil conditions, as well as tolerate hight to low water.