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 Golden Beauty.
Glorious yellow standards. Golden-yellow falls with orange blotches. Excellent long-lasting cut flower.
Iris I. Stylosa Unguicularis.
The ‘Winter Flowering Iris’. Requires a light soil, and south facing spot. Sweetly scented lavender-blue flowers are produced in abundance.
Iris Bearded Blue Rhythm has a lovely cornflower-blue of excellent form and substance. Faintly lemon-scented.
Dutch Iris Lion King.
Yellow flowers with yellow-brown markings.
Iris Bearded Carnaby.
Large rosy apricot standards with rosy purple falls, orange beard.
Dutch Iris Miss Saigon.
Deep purple petals with yellow falls, edged with bronze.
Frost and Flame
Iris Bearded Frost and Flame has large pure white elegant flowers contrasting with an orange beard. Fresh fruity scent.
Dutch Iris Montecito.
Creamy-white standards with yellow falls.
Dutch Iris Pink Panther.
Iris Bearded Party Dress.
Soft peach standards, with paler peach falls and tangerine beard. Scented.
Iris Bearded Lemon Ice.
Pale creamy-yellow standards, falls also creamy-yellow at edge merging with white centre and yellow beard.
Dutch Iris Silvery Beauty.
Deep blue standards with white falls and a bright yellow blotch.
Iris Bearded Sable has black-purple falls with purple standards. A lighter centre is highlighted by an orange tipped blue-purple beard.
Dutch Iris Telstar.
Rich deep blue flowers with paler blue falls and yellow blotch.
Dutch Iris Rainbow Mix.
Superior mixture to those usually offered, made up from the best named varieties.
Iris Bearded Mixed Bulbs have a balanced mixture of beautiful Bearded Irises.