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Debbie Schilling

(Ann Chowning Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris ‘Ann Chowning' bears amazing rich, cherry-red flowers in spring. Its medium-sized blooms have three up-angled inner segments ("standards"), and three larger, arching outer segments ("falls"). Each fall has a brilliant gold triangular marking ("signal") at its base, which attracts pollinating bees.

Louisiana irises are complex hybrids of several species, most native to the Gulf Coast region of the United States. The foliage is sword-shaped, medium green and equitant (borne...

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Grandiflora

(Black Gamecock Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Black Gamecock' bears beautiful, dark, velvety flowers in spring. Its flattish, midnight-purple blooms have three relatively small, up-angled inner segments ("standards"), and three larger, arching outer segments ("falls"). Each fall has a linear gold marking ("signal") at its base, which attracts pollinating bees. Three small petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center. This cultivar received the DeBaillon Award from the Society for Louisiana Irises.

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(Blue Duke Iris, Louisiana Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Blue Duke' bears gorgeous deep blue-violet flowers in spring. Its flattish blooms have three up-angled inner segments ("standards") and three larger, arching outer segments ("falls"). Each fall has a gold, purple-striped marking ("signal") at its base, which attracts pollinating bees. Three small petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center.

Louisiana irises are complex hybrids of several species, most native to the Gulf Coast region of the United States. The foliage is...

(Charjoy's Jan Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Charjoy's Jan' bears beautiful blue-purple flowers in spring and early summer. Its blooms have three oval, up-angled inner segments ("standards"), and three broader, arching outer segments ("falls"). Each fall has a large triangular gold blotch ("signal") at its base, which attracts pollinating bees. Three small petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center.

Louisiana irises are complex hybrids of several species, most native to the Gulf Coast region of the United States....

(Charlie's Tress Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Charlie's Tress' bears beautiful reddish-purple flowers in spring. Its flattish blooms have three relatively small, up-angled, lavender-purple inner segments ("standards") and three larger, arching, rose-purple outer segments ("falls"). Each fall has a large triangular gold blotch ("signal") at its base, which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, green, petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center.

Louisiana irises are complex hybrids of several species, most native...

(Clara Goula Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Clara Goula' bears beautiful ruffled creamy-white flowers in early to mid-spring. Its blooms have three relatively small, oval, up-angled inner segments ("standards") and three larger, arching outer segments ("falls"). Each fall has a yellow zone ("signal") at its base, which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center. This cultivar received the DeBaillon Award from the Society for Louisiana Irises.

Louisiana irises are complex...

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James Burghardt

(Clyde Redmond Iris, Louisiana Hybrid)

The Louisiana iris 'Clyde Redmond' bears pretty cornflower-blue flowers in spring. Its blooms have three small, oval, upright inner segments ("standards") and three larger, arching outer segments ("falls"). Each fall has a thin, yellow pad ("signal") at its base, which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center. It received the DeBaillon Award from the Society for Louisiana Irises.

Louisiana irises are complex hybrids of several species, most native...

(Can-Can Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

A rare double-flowered iris, ‘Creole Can-Can’ bears exquisite blue-violet flowers in spring. Instead of the common, up-angled inner segments ("standards") and three larger, arching outer segments ("falls"), each flower has six or more falls, sometimes with additional petal-like segments. The base of each fall has a triangular yellow blotch ("signal"), which attracts pollinating bees. Three small blue and yellow, petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center. This variety is a parent used to develop...

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James Burghardt

(Dixie Deb Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Dixie Deb' bears vibrant sulfur-yellow flowers in early to mid-spring. Its flattish blooms have three up-angled inner segments ("standards") and three larger, arching outer segments ("falls"). The base of each fall has a darker yellow midline ("signal"), which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center. This cultivar received the DeBaillon Award from the Society for Louisiana Irises.

Louisiana irises are complex hybrids of several...

(Dural Gold Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Dural Gold' bears lovely yellow flowers in spring. Its broad blooms have three pale yellow inner segments ("standards") and three larger, arching, clear yellow outer segments ("falls"). The base of each fall has a darker yellow midline ("signal"), which attracts pollinating bees and butterflies. Three small, petal-like style arms adorn the flower's center.

Louisiana irises are complex hybrids of several species, most native to the Gulf Coast region of the United States....