Profuse, bright yellow flowers. Great garden plant with tall stems. Charming form with a touch of ruffling. Two branches with four buds per stalk. Iris sibirica 'Tree of Songs' is the winner of the Morgan-Wood Medal, the highest honor for this class. Blooms mid season in the Siberian Iris season.
Siberian Iris bloom in late spring to early summer. Slender, graceful, upright foliage is an asset all summer long, then turns golden to rust in fall for a beautiful finish to the season. Elegant and lovely as a single specimen or planted in mass. Grow in a border, at water's edge, or in cottage gardens. Siberian Iris are deer resistant.