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(Rock Iris)

Of the many dwarf bulbous irises that ornament the garden in late winter and early spring, none is larger or more beautiful than this gem from central Turkey. Arising on ankle-high "stems," its blooms have three royal-blue, spreading, oval, petal-like falls, alternating with three upright, slender, paddle-shaped standards. Three petal-like style arms hug the lower portion of the falls. A yellow ridge runs from the base to the midpoint of each fall, surrounded by an oval zone of white and blue splotches....

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Russell Stafford

(Larger Rock Iris, Rock Iris)

Of the many dwarf bulbous irises that ornament the garden in late winter and early spring, none is larger or more beautiful than this cultivar of the Turkish native Iris histrioides. Arising on ankle-high "stems," its blooms have three deep sky-blue, spreading, oval, petal-like falls, alternating with three upright, slender, paddle-shaped standards. Three petal-like style arms hug the lower portion of the falls. A yellow ridge runs from the base to the midpoint of each fall, surrounded by...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dwarf Iris)

Reticulate iris is an ephemeral perennial from eastern Europe, Turkey and Iraq that emerges and blooms in very early spring and disappears by late spring. Its showy flowers have a wonderful fragrance and may be in found in shades of blue, purple and white. Some more popular cultivars include the sky blue ‘Cantab’ and white-flowered ‘Natascha’.

This easy-to-grow bulb grows best in full to partial sun, well-drained soils and reliably comes back year after year. Use it in masses or naturali drifts...

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Debbie Schilling

(Cantab Dwarf Iris, Cantab Iris, Reticulate Iris)

The light but intense powdery blue of the Cantab reticulate iris hails from eastern Europe from Turkey and extending eastward to Iraq. Its leaves and flower buds emerge and blooms in very early spring and disappears by late spring. The showy flowers of this dwarf variety have a wonderful fragrance and are rich sky blue with delicate golden orange on white markings on its petal falls.

An easy-to-grow bulb, 'Cantab' excels in a partial to full sun exposure in a well-drained soil. It reliably comes...

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Jesse Saylor

(J. S. Dijt Iris, J.S. Dijt Dwarf Iris, Reticulate Iris)

The early-blooming J.S. Dijt reticulate iris has origins from eastern Europe, Turkey and Iraq. Its leaves and flower buds emerge and blooms in very late winter and fully disappears by mid-spring. The showy flowers of this dwarf variety have a wonderful fragrance and are a dark grape purple with orange-yellow markings on its petal falls.

An easy-to-grow bulb, 'J.S. Dijt' grows best in a partial to full sun exposure in a well-drained soil. It reliably comes back year after year anytime from very...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(George Dwarf Iris, Reticulate Iris)

Reminding you of the color of Concord grape juice, George reticulate iris' blooms are fit for royalty. From eastern Europe, Turkey and Iraq, its leaves emerge and blooms in very late winter and disappears by mid-spring. The showy flowers of this dwarf variety have a wonderful fragrance and are a rich and deep plum purple with prominent yellow markings on its petal falls.

An easy-to-grow bulb, 'George' grows best in a partial to full sun exposure in a well-drained soil. It reliably comes back year...

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Debbie Schilling

(Harmony Dwarf Iris, Harmony Reticulate Iris, Reticulate Iris)

The petite and diminuitive Harmony reticulate iris boasts origins from eastern Europe, Turkey and Iraq. Its leaves and flower buds emerge and blooms in very early spring and disappears by late spring. The showy flowers of this dwarf variety have a wonderful fragrance and are a bright royal blue with prominent yellow and markings on its petals.

An easy-to-grow bulb, 'Harmony' grows best in a partial to full sun exposure in a well-drained soil. It reliably comes back year after year anytime from...

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Debbie Schilling

(Joyce Dwarf Iris, Reticulate Iris)

The petite deep cornflower blue Joyce reticulate iris boasts origins from eastern Europe, Turkey and Iraq. Its leaves and flower buds emerge and blooms in late winter to very early spring and disappears by late spring. The showy flowers of this dwarf variety have a wonderful fragrance and are an opaque medium denim blue with contrasting yellow markings on its petal falls.

An easy-to-grow small bulb, 'Joyce' grows best in a partial to full sun exposure in a well-drained soil. It reliably comes...

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Jesse Saylor

(Pauline Dwarf Iris, Reticulate Iris)

A sign of winter's demise, Pauline reticulate iris has origins in eastern Europe, Turkey and Iraq. Its leaves and flower buds emerge and blooms in very early spring and disappears by late spring. The showy flowers of this dwarf variety have a pleasant fragrance and are deep plum with undertones of burgundy. Noticeable black and white netted markings are on the petal falls, which are tipped in purple-black.

An easy-to-grow bulb, 'Pauline' grows best in a partial to full sun exposure in a well-drained...

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James Burghardt

(Dwarf Iris, Pixie Reticulate Iris, Reticulate Iris)

Pixie reticulate iris is an ephemeral perennial that originates from eastern Europe, Turkey and Iraq that emerges and blooms in early spring and disappears by late spring. Plants are dwarf and have dark blue-purple flowers with a sweet fragrance.

Selection 'Pixie' is an easy-to-grow bulb best planted in partial to full sun, well-drained soils and returns year after year. Use it in rock gardens, woodland settings or in mixed borders. It also forces nicely in small containers or alpine troughs....