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James H. Schutte

(Bearded Iris, Rare Treat Bearded Iris)

Thinly edged in rippling, deep violet-blue, the ice-white blossoms of bearded iris ‘Rare Treat’ are a truly striking addition to the garden. This eye-catching beauty presents its unique blooms atop tall, graceful stems in mid-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”....

(Bearded Iris, Red Duet Iris)

Bearded iris ‘Red Duet’ graces the spring garden with pleasing flowers of bright, clear rose. The falls of this lovely iris are more deeply colored than the standards, and are decorated with fuzzy beards of warm, golden-orange.

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...

(Ritz Dwarf Iris, Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris)

Dwarf bearded iris ‘Ritz’ offers sunny yellow flowers decorated with contrasting burgundy blotches on the falls. Bright, golden-yellow beards highlight the cheerful blossoms of this diminutive 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”...

(Rock Star Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

Though shorter in stature than many bearded iris, ‘Rock Star’ packs plenty of personality. Its rich, lavender-rose standards contrast with deeply edged and speckled, pale apricot falls. This show-stopping rebloomer often returns for an encore appearance in early fall.

The distinctive flowers of bearded iris are borne on strong stems atop fans of medium-green, sword-shaped foliage. Each blossom is comprised of three upright petals called “standards”, and three drooping tepals, (petal-like...

(Iris, Royal Knight Iris)

Bearded iris ‘Royal Knight’ features rich, purple standards contrasted with large, drooping falls centered in deep, purple-black. Tall stems support the dusky blossoms of this handsome iris.

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...

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James H. Schutte

(Royal Touch Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

The saturated, rich violet-blue blossoms of bearded iris ‘Royal Touch’ add richness to the spring garden. Tall stems support the vivid blooms of this regal beauty.

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 the falls,...

(Sarah Taylor Iris, Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris)

Beaming with bright personality, the cheery blossoms of dwarf iris ‘Sarah Taylor’ are sunshine-yellow, surprisingly decorated with bright blue beards. Plant this diminutive charmer where its unique, early-blooming flowers can be enjoyed up close.

The distinctive blooms 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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Silverado Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

Heavily ruffled, white to palest blue-lavender flowers with hints of silver open on the Silverado tall bearded iris in mid-spring. The hybrid 'Silverado' was developed by Schreiner's Iris Gardens in Oregon and released in the late 1980s. It received multiple awards, including the Wister Medal in 1993, the ultimate nod for a tall bearded iris bestowed by the American Iris Society. It also claimed the American Dykes Medal in 1994, the highest accolade awarded by the British Iris Society for American-bred...

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James Burghardt

(Bearded Iris, Snow Mound Bearded Iris)

The ruffled, white standards of bearded iris ‘Snowmound’ crown its rich, purple falls like snow on a mountaintop. Tall stems support the striking blooms of this handsome bicolor.

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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Song of Norway Iris, Tall Bearded Iris)

Each mid- to late spring, the tall stems of the Song of Norway bearded iris shows off white and palest blue flowers. 'Song of Norway' was a hybrid bred by Walter Luihn and released in the late 1970s. It received multiple awards, culminating with the American Dykes Medal in 1986, 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 blue-green, sword-shaped foliage....