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Image of Ipomoea batatas (ILLUSION™ SERIES) photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Illusion™ Sweet Potato Vine, Sweet Potato Vine)

The mounding but compact sweetpotato vines in the Illusion™ Series having deeply dissected and lobed foliage that work perfectly for containers, annual borders and hanging baskets. They withstand partial sun and look great alongside most other flowering ornamentals or as an accent in a tropical vegetable garden.

These tender perennials are borne from edible fleshy tuberous roots. They are vigorous, herbaceous, stubby vines that originate from Central and northern South America. Members of this...

(Sweet Caroline Sweet Heart™ Sweet Potato Vine, Sweet Potato Vine)

The sprawling but compact sweetpotato vines in the Sweet Caroline Sweet Heart™ Series have haeart-shaped, occasionally lobed foliage that work perfectly for containers, annual borders and hanging baskets. They withstand partial sun and look great alongside most other flowering ornamentals or as an accent in a tropical vegetable garden.

These tender perennials are borne from edible fleshy tuberous roots. They are vigorous, herbaceous, stubby vines that originate from Central and northern South...

Image of Ipomoea batatas (SWEET CAROLINE™ SERIES) photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Sweet Caroline™ Sweet Potato Vine, Sweet Potato Vine)

The colorful trailing but compact sweetpotato vines in the Sweet Caroline™ Series are popular foliage plants for containers, annual borders and hanging baskets. They withstand partial sun and look great alongside most other flowering ornamentals.

These tender perennials are borne from edible fleshy tuberous roots. They are vigorous, herbaceous, vines that originate from Central and northern South America. Members of this series generally have heart-shaped or three-lobed leaves that may be pale...

(Carmen Iris, Dutch Iris)

Sometimes sold as 'Carmen Beauty', this Dutch iris has palest lavender and white flowers with prominent yellow blotches at the base of the falls.

This ephemeral spring-blooming iris is borne from bulbs. It has fine green foliage and blooms in mid to late-spring. Its fragrant flowers have three small standards and four prominent falls. Those of 'Carmen' are white and pale lavender. After flowering, the foliage dies back until it blooms again the following spring. Like all iris, the blooms are loved...

(Dutch Iris, Golden Giant Dutch Iris)

Dutch iris ‘Golden Giant’ adds a sunny splash of color to the spring garden with its extra-large blossoms of pure, brilliant yellow poised atop tall, elegant stems.

Named for the Holland growers who originally hybridized them, the bright flowers of Dutch iris arise on slender stems in spring amid narrow, reedlike foliage. The sturdy, graceful blossoms are comprised of three upright standards and three downward-curving falls, which are usually marked with a bright yellow blotch. Appearing in...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Dutch Iris, Golden Harvest Dutch Iris)

Dutch iris ‘Golden Harvest’ warms the spring garden with its cheerful blossoms of rich, pure yellow.

Named for the Holland growers who originally hybridized them, the bright flowers of Dutch iris rise on slender stems in spring amid narrow, reedlike foliage. The sturdy, graceful blossoms are comprised of three upright standards and three downward-curving falls, which are usually marked with a bright yellow blotch. Appearing in numerous shades and combinations of blue, purple, yellow, white,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Katherine Hodgkin Iris, Reticulate Iris)

One of the most remarkable of the many dwarf bulbous irises that ornament the garden in late winter and early spring, this haunting beautiful perennial is a hybrid with Iris histrioides in its lineage. Arising on ankle-high "stems," its blooms have three pale sulfur, arching, petal-like falls, alternating with three upright, slender, icy-blue standards. Three blue-tinged, petal-like style arms overlap the falls for half their length. The falls and petals have sky-blue longitudinal veins,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Dutch Iris, Purple Sensation Dutch Iris)

The vivid blooms of Dutch iris ‘Purple Sensation’ are intense violet-blue, accented with contrasting yellow blotches on the falls. Tall, willowy stems support the elegant, orchidlike blossoms of this lovely iris.

Named for the Holland growers who originally hybridized them, the bright flowers of Dutch iris arise on slender stems in spring amid narrow, reedlike foliage. The sturdy, graceful blossoms are comprised of three upright standards and three downward-curving falls, which are usually marked...

Image of Iris bucharica photo by: Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Iris)

Bearing cheerful flowers on leafy stems in early spring, this Juno iris is one of the many from Central Asia. As with all of them, it is a hardy perennial that grows from a fleshy-rooted bulb. A variable plant, it typically has two to six fragrant deep yellow flowers with three arching "falls" that alternate with three small drooping "standards". Three petal-like "style arms" over-arch the falls. The falls are often veined with brown. The most commonly cultivated form of Iris bucharica has...

Image of Iris danfordiae photo by: Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Danford's Iris, Early Miniature Iris)

A welcome sign of spring's approach, this dwarf, hardy, bulbous iris from central Turkey bears a single bright yellow flower in late winter or early spring on an ankle-high "stem." The blooms have three spreading, arching, petal-like falls, overtopped by three smaller, petal-like style arms. The three upright standards are reduced to tiny bristles. The falls are flecked and the style arms striped with olive-green. Linear, four-sided leaves emerge with the flowers. The plant grows from a small teardrop-shaped...