Kirk Strawn Louisiana Iris is a showy specimen with rosy-red hues splashed over the petals. The petals of this unique iris look hand painted in shades of rosy-red to fuchsia with signals in shades of buttery yellow. Kirk Strawn Louisiana Iris is a splendid addition in the water garden and an absolute delight! Blooms early to late spring, depending on zone.
Height 36 inches tall
Width 18 - 24 inch spread
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade
Moisture Requirements Moist to wet with up to 2 inches of water above rhizomes
Divide Divide your iris in late summer to early fall, every 2 - 3 years, as needed.
Bloom Blooms early to late spring, depending on zone
Zone Hardy in zones 6 - 12
This beautiful Louisiana iris grows to 36 inches tall in full sun to part shade, in evenly moist, acidic soil. A lovely addition to your terrestrial garden or bog area of your pond. For your terrestrial garden, plant in soil that has been amended with compost with an inch of soil above the rhizomes in full sun to part shade. Keep soil evenly moist and water well during dry spells. Mulch Louisiana iris in the fall, after the first frost to protect rhizomes from freeze damage and remove mulch in the spring. Divide rhizomes every 2 - 3 years or when necessary. Divide your lotus in late summer or early fall. When placing in the pond, may be planted in containers with holes, planting baskets or fabric planters and placed on shelves of the pond or used as a focal point, with a couple of inches of water above the rhizomes, in full sun to part shade. Fertilize all of your pond plants with Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs + Humates for vigorous growth and best bloom!