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(Little Showoff Iris, Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris)

Dwarf bearded iris ‘Little Showoff’ features gleaming blossoms of palest, icy blue, accented with fuzzy, lavender-blue beards. This diminutive beauty often puts forth a second show of blooms in autumn.

The distinctive flowers of bearded iris appear on strong stems emerging from fans of medium-green, sword-shaped foliage. Each blossom is comprised of three upright petals called “standards”, and three drooping tepals, (petal-like sepals), referred to as “falls”. Fuzzy pads known as “beards”...

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Jesse Saylor

(Loop the Loop Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

The ice-white standards and falls of this award-winning iris are edged crisply in deep, violet blue. A tall, strong grower, ‘Loop the Loop’ opens its elegant blossoms generously in mid- to late spring.

The distinctive flowers of bearded iris appear on strong stems emerging from fans of medium-green, sword-shaped foliage. Each blossom is comprised of three upright petals called “standards”, and three drooping tepals, (petal-like sepals), referred to as “falls”. Fuzzy pads known as “beards”...

(Lotus Land Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

Bearded iris ‘Lotusland’ makes an elegant statement with its lacy, ruffled flowers of warm, buff- pink. Fuzzy, coral-pink beards add a spark of brightness to the softly-colored blossoms of this lovely spring bloomer.

The distinctive flowers of bearded iris appear on strong stems emerging from fans of medium-green, sword-shaped foliage. Each blossom is comprised of three upright petals called “standards”, and three drooping tepals, (petal-like sepals), referred to as “falls”. Fuzzy pads known...

(Bearded Iris, Luxor Gold Bearded Iris)

Radiant blossoms of clear, lemon yellow make bearded iris ‘Luxor Gold’ a shining presence in the spring garden. The large blooms of this statuesque beauty are borne generously atop sturdy, well-branched stems.

The distinctive flowers of bearded iris appear on strong stems emerging from fans of medium-green, sword-shaped foliage. Each blossom is comprised of three upright petals called “standards”, and three drooping tepals, (petal-like sepals), referred to as “falls”. Fuzzy pads known as...

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James Burghardt

(Mary Frances Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

Each spring, the Mary Frances bearded iris delights with ruffled lavender to pale blue-violet blossoms. The hybrid 'Mary Frances' was developed by Larry Gaulter and introduced in the early 1970s. It received multiple awards, culminating with the American Dykes Medal in 1979, the highest accolade awarded by the British Iris Society for American-bred irises.

The distinctively shaped flowers of bearded iris appear on strong stems emerging from fans of light green, sword-shaped foliage. The stems...

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Jesse Saylor

(Matrix Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

Butter-colored flowers with faint cinnamon markings are produced by the Matrix bearded iris in early to mid-spring. This selection also reblooms again in very late summer before fall frosts force this perennial into its annual winter dormancy. 'Matrix' is a hybrid developed by Earl Hall and released in the early 1990s.

The distinctively shaped flowers of bearded iris appear on tall, strong stems emerging from fans of light blue-green, sword-shaped foliage. The stems branch and carry numerous...

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James Burghardt

(Mesmerizer Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

With ruffled snow-white flowers, the Mesmerizer bearded iris is not only visually spectacular, but perhaps is a perfect emblem for winter or a wedding! This hybrid herbaceous perennial was developed by Monty Byers and released in the early 1990s. It received multiple awards, including the Wister Medal in 2000 from the American Iris Society as well as the American Dykes Medal in 2002, the highest accolade awarded by the British Iris Society for American-bred irises.

The distinctively shaped flowers...

(Mister Roberts Iris, Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris)

‘Mister Roberts’ adds a spark of sunshine to the spring garden with its large blossoms of rich, golden-yellow. This charming, dwarf bearded iris is an especially early bloomer.

The distinctive flowers of bearded iris appear on strong stems emerging from fans of medium-green, sword-shaped foliage. Each blossom is comprised of three upright petals called “standards”, and three drooping tepals, (petal-like sepals), referred to as “falls”. Fuzzy pads known as “beards” are located at the base of...

(Night Edition Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

Bearded iris ‘Night Edition’ catches attention with its striking, two-toned flowers. The velvety falls are deepest violet-blue fading to edges of vibrant purple, and are topped with cool standards of palest, icy-blue.

The distinctive flowers of bearded iris appear on strong stems emerging from fans of medium-green, sword-shaped foliage. Each blossom is comprised of three upright petals called “standards”, and three drooping tepals, (petal-like sepals), referred to as “falls”. Fuzzy pads known...

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Jesse Saylor

(Night Flame Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

While a true red iris flower remains elusive, the Night Flame bearded iris dazzles with a dark sienna-violet and black bloom. This hybrid herbaceous perennial blooms in mid- to late spring and its foliage dies back each winter. 'Night Flame' was developed by J. Terry Aitken and released in 1992.

The distinctively shaped flowers of bearded iris appear on tall, strong stems emerging from fans of light blue-green, sword-shaped foliage. The stems branch and carry numerous plump flower buds. Each...