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Plant Profile

Iris 'San Ardo'
San Ardo

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‘San Ardo’ – Ghio-2002- A pacific coast iris that is on the taller side with flower spikes at 14″ to 18″ tall. Dark violet large flowers. ‘San Ardo’ tends to be an early bloomer – generally making an appearance in February. In Southern California they need to be planted in a shaded area and watered 1x week to establish. After established they are fairly drought tolerant but will do best with a 1x month watering.

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Plant Facts & Observations

Identification

Botanical Name

Iris 'San Ardo'

Common Name

San Ardo

Origin

California Native

Characteristics

Plant Type

Perennial

Growth Rate

Moderate growth rate

Mature Size

1-1/2' tall × 1-1/2' wide

Flower Color

Purple

Blooming Season

Flowers Spring / Winter

Foliage

Evergreen

Wildlife Value

Bees

Climactic Requirements

Light

Part Shade / Shade / Full sun on coast / afternoon shade inland

Water

Occasional
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