Dutch Irises are valuable garden plants and flower year after year, having long-lasting qualities.
Dutch Iris Miss Saigon.
Deep purple petals with yellow falls, edged with bronze.
The sparkling, cobalt blue petals of the Dutch Iris ‘Sapphire Beauty’ are embellished by a contrasting golden stripe. The jewel-like flowers are borne above delicate foliage, allowing showy blooms to be displayed to full advantage. This precious gem is one of the best Dutch Iris varieties, treasured for its large petals, intense colour, and vigorous growth. The reliable bulbs thrive on well-drained soil in a sunny position, perfect for rockeries and south-facing borders. Renowned for its long vase life, ‘Sapphire Beauty’ makes a splendid cut flower, adding luxurious depth to your floral arrangements and bouquets.
Dutch Iris Strong Gold
Golden-yellow flowers with a yellow-orange blotch on the the falls.
Whilst the rhyme for Valentine’s Day mentions red roses and blue violets, the velvety, purple-indigo blooms of Dutch Iris ‘Valentine’ are sure to win your heart. The magnificent indigo colouring is brightened by a dash of contrasting gold, framed against narrow, reed-like foliage. Like a mischievous Cupid, this variety has angelic form, with tall upper petals reaching towards the heavens and lower petals (known as ‘falls’) outspread like wings. This distinctive shape complements a range of other spring-summer blooms such as alliums and camassia, providing versatile variety for your borders and floral arrangements.
White van Vliet
Dutch Iris White van Vliet.
A superb variety. Standards white with violet gloss, falls ivory-white with golden yellow blotch.
Dutch Iris Mix.