This plicata type bearded iris has white falls that are neatly stitched around the edges with violet. Just a few dots drift into the white area. The white standards are marked with broad bands of violet and have violet midribs. Starts flowering mid season and continues for a long time.
Bearded irises need to be planted with the rhizome, or root, just above the soil. This is because the rhizome needs to be baked by the sun in order to form flowers. Make sure that there is not too much competition from surrounding plants and remove any weeds.