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(Easter Tide Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Easter Tide' bears cheerful bicolored flowers in spring. Its blooms have three ruffled, up-angled, lavender-blue inner segments ("standards") and three larger, arching, clear yellow outer segments ("falls"). The base of each fall has a large orange-yellow blotch ("signal"), which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, lavender pink, 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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(Freddie Boy Iris, Louisiana Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Freddie Boy' bears beautiful bicolored flowers in spring. Its blooms have three oval, pink-violet, orange-tinted inner segments ("standards") and three broad, arching, deep wine-red outer segments ("falls"). The base of each fall has an orange-yellow blotch ("signal"), which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, magenta, 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...

(Full Eclipse Louisiana Iris, Louisiana Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Full Eclipse' bears velvety dark violet flowers in spring. Its blooms have three upright inner segments ("standards") and three broad, rounded, arching outer segments ("falls"). The base of each segment has a narrow pad ("signal") that 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 sword-shaped, medium...

(Heavenly Glow Iris, Louisiana Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Heavenly Glow' produces soothing amber-peach flowers in early and mid-spring. Its blooms have three upright inner segments ("standards") and three broad, rounded, arching outer segments ("falls"). The base of each segment has a triangular green-yellow blotch ("signal") that attracts pollinating bees. Three small, yellow-green 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...

(Ira Nelson Iris, Louisiana Hybrid Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Ira S. Nelson' bears beautiful lilac-rose flowers in spring and early summer. Its blooms have three oval, up-angled inner segments ("standards") and three broad, rounded, arching outer segments ("falls"). The base of each segment has a triangular yellow blotch ("signal"), which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, rose-pink, 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...

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Grandiflora

(Louisiana Iris, Sinfonietta Louisiana Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Sinfonietta' bears breathtaking gentian-blue flowers in early and mid-spring. Its broad blooms have three inner segments ("standards") and three larger, rounded, arching outer segments ("falls"). The base of each fall has a prominent triangular yellow blotch ("signal") which attracts pollinating bees. Three small style arms adorn the ruffled flower's center.

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

(Louisiana Hybrid Iris, Sun Fury Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Sun Fury' bears beautiful golden-yellow flowers in mid-spring to early summer. Its ruffled blooms have three up-angled inner segments ("standards") and three larger, rounded, arching outer segments ("falls"). The base of each fall has a triangular green-yellow blotch ("signal") which attracts pollinating bees. Three upright, yellow-green style arms adorn the flower's center.

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

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Grandiflora

(Louisiana Iris, Vermillion Queen Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Vermillion Queen' bears ruffled, spicy-fragrant, bicolored flowers in early and mid-spring. Its blooms have three up-angled, pale creamy-yellow inner segments ("standards") and three broad, arching, golden yellow outer segments ("falls"). The base of each fall has a green-gold blotch ("signal") which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, golden yellow style arms adorn the flower's center.

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

(Louisiana Hybrid Iris, Wake-Up Susie Iris)

The Louisiana iris 'Wake-Up Susie' bears fragrant, soft-blue, lavender-veined flowers in spring. Its blooms have three upward-angled inner segments ("standards") and three broad, rounded, arching outer segments ("falls"). Each fall has a golden yellow basal blotch ("signal") which attracts pollinating bees. Three small, 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 sword-shaped,...

Image of Iris brevicaulis photo by: Larry Allain, USDA/ARS

Larry Allain, USDA/ARS

(Zigzag Iris)

Multiple flowers bloom along the zig-zagging stems of zigzag iris in mid- to late-spring. The North American wetland species exists east of the Rockies from Ontario, Canada down to Florida and Texas. The showy, bright purple-blue to lavender flowers have white and yellow nectar guides and are quite large. Natural populations commonly exist in swamps, roadside ditches and moist meadows.

A rhizomatous, colony-forming plant, zigzag iris has slender lax leaves of green. The plants tend to be shallow-rooted...