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Iris Germainca: Tall Bearded Iris. Tall Bearded Irises will produce the most flowers if they receive a full day of sun, but will also perform reasonably well with a half day of sun. The most critical growing factor is the moisture level of the soil and drainage. Bearded Irises will absolutely not tolerate "wet feet" and require very well-drained soil at all times of the year.
Iris 'Autumn Circus'
With White standards that have a blue-violet peppering which intensifies to near solid edging. Blue-violet plicata edge on the falls, white beards, and distinctive blue-violet veining.
Blooms in late spring and reblooms in fall. Height-34 Inches,Spread-18-24 Inches. Zone 3-10. Full Sun. One gallon-$7.00
Royal purple flowers with wildly irregular, spattered and streaked, white markings on both standards and falls. Very distinctive variety with a stately habit and large flowers. Blooms in late spring. Height-26 Inches, Spread-12-18 Inches. Zone: 3-10. Big one gallons-$7.00
Iris 'Before the Storm'
Regarded as one of the darkest purple-black irises available today, almost black! Flowers are uniform in color with widely flared falls. Has a slight sweet fragrance. Excellent growth habit. Blooms in late spring. Height-37 Inches. Spread-18-24 Inches Zone: 3-10 One gallon-$7.00
Iris 'Chasing Rainbows'
Apricot-caramel standards infused with orchid-purple at the midrib. Frilled, wide, with orchid-violet falls and beautiful orange beards.
Blooms in late spring. One last fantastic introduction from the late Ben R. Hager
Height-35 Inches. Spread-18-24 Inches. Zone: 3-10. One gallon-$7.00
Pale blue standards and flaring, ruffled, with violet-blue falls and very large white beards. Very Well-branched and budded with 7-10 buds per branch! As an added bonus it is Sweetly fragrant!
Blooms in late spring and again in fall; highly recognized for its dependable rebloom.
Height-35 Inches. Spread-18-24 Inches. Zone:3-10 One gallon-$7.00
Light blue before the buds open. Ruffled, with a soft white self. The pale lemon-yellow beards really stand out. A delightful, Strong sweet fragrance. Begins to bloom in late spring, and is nearly everblooming once established. Has the most consistent reblooming ability of any iris throughout the country.
If you own one Iris, it should this one! It is the heaviest bloomer we have. A second year clump produces as many as 50 blooms! Spread listed is much smaller than we have seen in the ground. Height-29 Inches. Spread-18-24 Inches. Zone:3-10. One gallon-$7.00 Two gallon-$12.00
Iris pallida 'Argentea Variegata' Sweet Flag Iris
Striking green and ivory striped leaves! New foliage emerges in spring with creamy yellow margins that fade to ivory as the season progresses. Classic lavender-blue flowers in late spring. Height-34 Inches. Spread-18-24 Inches. Zone:3-10 One gallon-$7.00
Iris pallida 'Variegata' 'Zebra' Sweet Flag Iris
Striking golden variegated foliage with green and creamy yellow stripes.
Classic lavender-blue flowers in late spring
Height-34 Inches. Spread-18-24 Inches. Zone: 3-10. One gallon-$7.00
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