Iris takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, referring to the wide variety of flower colours found among the many species. They prefer to be planted in a fertile rather moist, but well drained garden soil and in a sunny protected position.
Dutch Iris Autumn Princess.
Bronze petals with golden-yellow falls.
iris Species Alida.
A splendid plant with light blue flowers.
Dutch Iris Discovery.
Violet-blue flowers with golden-orange blotch on the falls.
Eye of the Tiger
Dutch Iris Eye of the Tiger.
Purple standards with bronze falls and a yellow blotch.
Dutch Iris Golden Beauty.
Glorious yellow standards. Golden-yellow falls with orange blotches. Excellent long-lasting cut flower.
Dutch Iris Montecito.
Creamy-white standards with yellow falls.
Dutch Iris Pink Panther.
Dutch Iris Silvery Beauty.
Deep blue standards with white falls and a bright yellow blotch.
Blue, Yellow & White Mix
Dutch Iris Blue, Yellow and White Mix
A mixture of blue, yellow and white varieties.
Dutch Iris Mahogony Mix.
A mixture of yellow, gold, orange and bronze varieties.
Rainbow Grand Mixture
Dutch Iris Rainbow Grand Mix.
Superior mixture to those usually offered, made up from the best named varieties.