Recommended

Exceptional varieties of irises especially recommended by us because of their stamina and resilience year after year in the face of harsh weather and other potential hazards. They are both hearty and beautiful and have proven to grow and bloom exceptionally well.



Product Image Item Name+ Price
BROOK FLOWER

BROOK FLOWER

(37" EM) (Schreiners, 1973) glorious pure frost-white standards, creamy white falls with gradating blue wash deepening at the edges, well-branched
$5.00

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BURMESE DAWN

BURMESE DAWN

(37" ML) (Tompkins 1977) gilded caramel pink, reddish-caramel beard
$5.00

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BUSY BEING BLUE

BUSY BEING BLUE

(34" EM rebloomer) (Denny-McWhirter, 1990) sky blue with medium blue veining
$5.00

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CAUSE FOR PAUSE

CAUSE FOR PAUSE

(36" M) (Burseen 2007) Large ruffled lacy lilac purple plicata on creamy ground, creamy beards with flounces
$8.00

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CHAMPAGNE WALTZ

CHAMPAGNE WALTZ

(36" M) (Schreiners, 1994) ocher-apricot standards, creamy white falls with 1/4" band of yellow apricot, red orange beard
$5.00

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CHANGE OF PACE

CHANGE OF PACE

(34" E) (Schreiners, 1991) deep rose-violet plicata edging on ruffled and fluted pure white falls, delicate pink standards
$5.00

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CHAPEL BELLS

CHAPEL BELLS

(34" ML) (Meek, 1982) heavily ruffled lavender-orchid, lighter around beard, red beard tipped lavender-orchid
$5.00

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CHEERS

CHEERS

(18" E) (B. Hager, 1975) white with hot mandarin red beard
$3.00

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COLETTE

COLETTE

(35" M) (Brown 1989) ruffled, lightly-laced purple-violet-pink self, orange beard tipped white-violet
$5.00

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COMEBACK TRAIL

COMEBACK TRAIL

(12" E rebloomer) (H. Nichols, 1991) very prolific lemon and gold yellow dwarf
$3.00

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