Iris variegata var. reginae ‘Bozhimir Davidov’
A Conservation Scheme Plant
Beds & Cambs Group
Reason for Inclusion
Originally (around mid 1980’s) bought from Boughton Dower House in Northamptonshire, home of Sir David Scott and Valerie Finnis.
Name has not yet been verified, but plant has been correctly identified.
Brief description of plant
Rhizomatous bearded iris.
Height x Spread
35cm x 40cm
White flowers with falls heavily veined in deep violet.
Mid-green sword-shaped leaves
May - June
Any well-drained soil.
Pests and diseases
Generally no problems.
Clumps need to be divided regularly every 2-3 years to keep plant flourishing.
Divide the rhizome and replant pieces with 2 or 3 leaf fans leaving the top of the rhizome exposed.