Harmony is a diminutive and very early lavender-blue iris that grows from a bulb. It blooms with snowdrops and winter wolf’s bane, popping out of the ground in spring as soon as frosts become irregular and the ground warms a bit. Harmony’s display is brief, but if the bulbs are planted thickly and in quantity, they put on a memorable show. Give them a location in full sun where the soil is very well drained.
Note: Iris Harmony is resistant to deer, but rodents such as voles and gophers may eat the bulbs.