Iris germanica, also called iris, may be planted in containers, and include worth that was decorative out and in-doors. Native to the Mediterranean and southern Europe, iris germanica flourishes within U.S. Department of Agriculture plant-hardiness zones 4 through 10. From rhizomes, this plant is generally grown using its sword shaped leaves and colourful blooms, which consist of three petals and three drooping petals. Proper planting of the underground stems is crucial to effectively develop irises.
A 12-inch-diameter pot with all purpose potting soil up to around 1-inch in the top. Use a pot with at least one hole in the bottom.
Dig a hole in the soil deep enough to protect at least two thirds of the rhizome. Place the rhizome in the hole with one third of the stem protruding over the soil surface. Cover the rhizome using a 1/2 inch layer of soil in the event that you are putting the container outside in a sunny location. This shields it from sun-burn.
After planting the rhizome, water the soil soon after. Keep the soil moist — not soggy — while itself is established by the root-system. Deeply water it as quickly as the best 2″ are dry.
Place the pot in a sunny window to market the development of the plant.