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ADDITIONAL NOTES Alternate aphids areas August basal leaves blue flowers bracts bright bulbs calyx Clump division COMMON NAME compact Compositae corolla CULTIVARS CULTURE cut flowers deep DISEASES AND INSECTS double flowers drained soil dwarf edging fertile Flower colors Flower LEAVES foliage frost Full sun germinate glabrous green ground cover grown HEIGHT(S hybrids inflorescence iris July June lanceolate lavender Leaf spots linear lobes margin mixed colors moist soil Native to Europe oblong orange ovate partial shade peduncles perennial border petals petiole pink flowers pinnately powdery mildew PROPAGATION pubescent Pure white flowers purple racemes ray flowers red flowers RELATED SPECIES rhizomes rock garden rose rust scape scarlet SCIENTIFIC NAME/FAMILY SEASON OF BLOOM Seeds germinate segments semi-double sepals September serrate sessile showy sown spikes spring or fall stamens stem leaves stem rot summer sun or partial tall tolerate tubers types usually UTILIZATION wide wild ginger winter yellow flowers