Stinking Iris - Iris foetidissima
Also known as Gladdon or Gladwyn, this is one of the two native British Irises. The Stinking refers to the pungency of the leaves when bruised. Mauve flowers in summer are followed by brilliant scarlet seeds in autumn. It enjoys a variety of conditions being found in quite deep shade as well as open sites.
Despatched – March & Mid August to the End of October