Count Pulaski Louisiana Iris is a bright, perky specimen with a splendid red and yellow color combination over the showy flower petals. Count Pulaski Louisiana Iris grows to 34 inches tall with attractive green foliage that stays nice all season long! Count Pulaski Louisiana Iris blooms in early spring to late spring, depending on zone.
Height Grows to 34 inches tall
Width Spreads 18 inches wide
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade (at least 6 hours of sunlight)
Moisture Requirements Moist soil to an inch or two of water above the container in the pond
Bloom Blooms early to late spring, depending on zone
Divide Divide your iris in late summer or early fall, every 2 - 3 years, as necessary.
Zone Hardy in zones 6 - 12
Plant your Louisiana Iris in moist soil in your flower bed that has been heavily composted with organic material. Dig holes a little larger than the rhizomes, add composted material and cover rhizomes with an inch of soil. Plant in full sun or part shade. For the pond, Your Louisiana Iris may be planted in moist bog areas near your pond or in containers with heavy loam soil and placed in your pond with an inch or two of water above the top of the container. Louisiana iris may also be used in bog filters, helping to remove nutrients from the water to help avoid algae issues.
Divide your Count Pulaski Louisiana Iris in late summer or early fall, every 2 - 3 years, as needed
When planting in containers and placed in your pond, fertilize with Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs + Humates throughout the growing/blooming season (June through September) for robust growth and best bloom! Simply press the fertilizer tabs into the soil around the roots of the rhizomes.