Walking iris can be grown in full or partial shade, can tolerate a range of soil types, and will thrive in moist locations. This plant does well in mass plantings, providing year-round interest with its upright foliage that's lovely even when not flowering. It is also well suited to containers and hanging baskets where its arching stems can be highlighted.
- Light Needs: Full or Partial Shade
- Watering Needs: Once established, water once every one to two weeks if it doesn't rain.
Apostle plants (Neomarica), also known as the apostle's iris, are herbaceous perennials with an exotic appearance. Native to Brazil and Mexico, the plants have three white or purple outer petals that have bands of contrasting colors at the base. The smaller and banded curled inner petals are also darker at their base. The green leaves of the plant are sword-shaped