No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden.
Neomarica gracilis, a clumping herbaceous perennial, is more commonly known as walking iris, fan iris, or apostle’s iris. This long limbed lithesome beauty thrives in zones 9-11. However, it will also do well in mild Mobile winters. If temperatures dip, damaged leaves will need snipping in the spring. Plants earn the name, walking iris, by producing plantlets on the flower stalks. The stalk, often mistaken for a leaf, bends to the ground where the plantlet takes root, grows into a mature plant, flowers the next spring, and produces plantlets. And off they go! Native to tropical areas of Central America, these productive plants require shade to part shade and moist soil. In addition to garden beds, large containers and hanging baskets will house these okay to pass-along plants. Learn more at the following link. Walking Iris