Attractive, free flowering blue with a white and yellow throat. Despite its name, this plant is a native of Europe, not Siberia. It prefers moist to boggy soil. As with all iris the tubers are harmful if eaten.
A dwarf species of the bulrush; a very popular pond plant. It has long, arching, green leaves, and brown flower heads that sit a top erect stems in summer. This is a great plant for small ponds and containers.