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'Ceasar's Brother' Siberian Iris
Iris sibirica 'Ceasar's Brother'



'Ceasar's Brother' Siberian Iris
Spring blooming with dark velvety violet-blue flowers above narrow lance shaped medium green foliage, 'Ceasar's Brother' is a classic selection of Siberian Iris. Versatile in the landscape, 'Ceasar's Brother' grows well in boggy soil as well as normal garden soils (provided the soil is maintained moderately moist). It is effectively massed as a ground cover and does nicely in roadside ditches, where few other plants enjoy success. Effective as companion to other cultivars of iris and purple Petasites, 'Ceasar's Brother' provides an element of class in the modern landscape.

Companion Plants:
There are 8 companion plants for 'Ceasar's Brother' Siberian Iris. See them now. Note: these plants will work beautifully, but don't be afraid to be creative and select other companions (based upon compatible cultural needs, textures, colors, and your personal preferences.


Blooming Time
J F M A M J J A S O N D
winter spring summer fall
Full Sun to Light Shade
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Flowers attractive to hummingbirds Deer do not relish this plant In addition to conventional uses, these plants are good for seasonal effect in decorative containers Great cutting plant providing flowers for live (sometimes dried) floral arrangements Has fragrant flowers
Growth Habit clump forming 
Average Mature Height 2.5 ft.
Hardiness Zone 3
Container Size Recommended Spacing
    flat of #1 pots (8/flat)     12"-18"
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