Life Cycle Perennial
Planting Season Fall
Color Purple, White
Growth Habit Upright
Bloom Season Early Fall, Late Spring

Plant Characteristics Easy to Grow & Maintain, Fragrant
Use Cut Flower Garden
Growing Conditions Drought Tolerant, Outdoor
Plant Resistance Deer, Rabbit

About Grays Peak - Re-Blooming Bearded Iris

Iris germanica

Seed Type Rhizome

The color patterns of Grays Peak Bearded Iris are truly magnificent and leave us in awe. The lavender standards are dotted and veined, creating a stunning visual display. However, the real showstopper is the completely different color pattern on the falls. The milky-white falls are surrounded by a clearly defined blue-purple border, which beautifully contrasts and complements the rest of the flower. The falls are deeply ruffled, adding to its overall appeal. Grays Peak stands a bit taller than some other varieties, reaching an impressive height of 42 inches.

Planting Information

Planting Grays Peak - Re-Blooming Bearded Iris

Planting Season Fall
Light Requirement Full Sun
Planting Depth In a shallow hole with fleshy roots partially exposed
Plant Height 42 inches
Plant Spacing 12 to 24 inches
Water Needs Low
Hardiness Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Bulb Size 1
View our Bearded Iris Planting Guide to learn more.


Recommended Coverage
1 Bulb / Fall-Planted | Ships in Fall Up to 0.75 Sq. Ft
3 Bulbs / Fall-Planted | Ships in Fall Up to 1.5 Sq. Ft
5 Bulbs / Fall-Planted | Ships in Fall Up to 3.5 Sq. Ft

Companions Plants

Companion Plants for Grays Peak - Re-Blooming Bearded Iris

Aesthetic or Culinary