features spectacular many-petaled blooms in a dark blue violet atop 30-inch
stems. Its fall petals are accented by a white blaze. Midseason Siberian.
Pink Parfait Siberian Irises are great companion plants for peonies.
This early season double
flowering iris creates an elegant show with numerous 5-6 inch blooms featuring
soft, lavender-pink ruffled petals that are accented by a golden interior
haloed by white. Plants reach 22-24 inches in height and about the same in width.
This striking variety is among the fastest growers and most prolific bloomers. The
velvety, reddish-purple blooms have slightly darker shaded, ruffled falls
marked with a decorative signal. Style arms are lighter reddish-purple. 24-28 inches
in height. Winner of the Morgan Award--the highest honor offered by the
American Iris Society.
Contrast in Styles
In Styles blooms in midseason featuring stunning mid-wine colored main petals with, a blue center line. Its
style arms are light milky blue and its falls are a bright mid-wine red with a
milky blue band shading into white blaze. This iris tops out at 28 inches. It
has received the Award of Merit from the American Iris Society.
Edge features elegant medium blue ruffled flowers with the fall petals
distinctly edged in silver. It's a mid-season bloomer that can reach about 30
inches in height. It also has earned the AIS Morgan Award.
Large double blooms of vibrant blue have made this award-winning iris a favorite among gardeners across the country. The 5-5 1/2 inch flowers sit atop 30-inch stems. Healthy, medium green, sword-like leaves give a vertical presence in the garden throughout the growing season.
This unique iris features cream-colored standards that have a pale blue rib down the center of each. The large falls are yellow with red and violet veining. Flowers are sweetly fragrant. These easy to grow plants reach 20 inches in height and will expand each year and maybe divided after the third year.
This tetraploid hybrid iris was bred for big flowers on a big plant that should reach 34-inches in height. This mid-late season bloomer features 2 to 5 blooms per stem. The large ruffled, blue-violet falls are veined in white and have a splash of yellow at they base. It has received the Award of Merit from the Society of Siberian Irises.
I See Stars
I See Stars
Big 6-inch flowers of deep Egyptian blue accented by white veining have made this a popular choice among gardeners. The neat, erect foliage remains a healthy green thought the growing season. Among the easiest to grow and most beautiful Siberians available.
The falls of this iris are uniquely colored featuring a shade closer to true red than found on most other Siberians. A vibrant splash of yellow at the base of each fall petal further attracts attention.This mid-season bloomer will reach 26 inches in height. It has earned the Morgan-Wood Medal from the American Iris Society.
Cobalt blue and white standards offset by strikingly veined falls make this a standout Siberian. This President's Award winner will reach 30 inches in height and features an extended bloom time.