Irises companion planting

JMTedmontonJune 8, 2014

I have siberian irises that are growing well in a raised planter bed.
Any suggestions for what would be a good companion plant?

I thought about strawberries [which grow well in our climate, and are edible, so a "useful" companion] but cannot find any info either way, whether it will or will not do well with iris.

Any one have any ideas about this?

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iris_gal(z9 CA)

If they like the same amount of water it sounds great. With the Siberians not shading the strawberries of course.

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