Iris

IRIS A genus of 250 plus species running the gamut from aquatics to desert bulbs, there is so much diversity that general comments are meaningless. I would urge gardeners to sample a few plants from the various sections of the genus, most only grew a few bearded hybrids or Siberians and there are so many garden worthy plants that are never even attempted. The Czechs too have collected some wonderful new things. Don't be too intimidated by European pronouncements concerning the growability of various species, a friend and local grower, Brian Radford is growing a wide selection of Oncocyclus species with considerable success outdoors, despite what the pundits might say. If Onco's are possible, the rest should be effortless.



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Iris spuria hyb.

Iris spuria hyb.

Seedlings from a range of the better garden hybrids; these should produce some nice forms, the color spectrum is nearly as wide as the bearded's; bloom starts in June after the tall bearded's and lasts into July.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Iris suaveolens v. rubromarginata

Iris suaveolens v. rubromarginata

Its true the leaves are margined in red however this feature does not stand out, the edging is quite fine, on the other hand the plant habit and flowers are spectacular, edge or no edge it is a fantastic Dwarf Bearded Iris, not to be confused with the hybrid normally sold as Dwarf Bearded Iris.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Iris subbiflora

Iris subbiflora

A beautiful dwarf bearded species native to southern Portugal and Andalusia that is closely related to Iris lutescens, after several years of carefully building stock we finally have enough to offer.____ZONE 6
$12.00

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Iris tectorum Blue

Iris tectorum Blue

As above but the normal blue flowered wild type.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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