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Bosh Bruening

(Bearded Iris, Swingtown Bearded Iris)

Luminous blossoms of rich, ruby-plum make bearded iris ‘Swingtown’ a jazzy addition to the spring garden. A delicious fragrance emanates from the abundant blooms of this vibrant 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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Tall Bearded Iris, Tea Leaves Iris)

If you love subdued, drab colors reminiscent of metals, the Tea Leaves bearded iris is a must-have for your flower garden. This hybrid selection blooms most heavily in mid-spring but also reblooms again in early autumn before fall frosts force this perennial into its annual winter dormancy. 'Tea Leaves' was bred and selected by Mointy Byers in the mid 1980s.

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

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Jesse Saylor

(Tall Bearded Iris, Thornbird Iris)

The ruffled, mid-spring flowers of the Thornbird iris look painted with an antique coloration. This hybrid herbaceous perennial was developed by Monty Byers and released in the late 1980s. It received multiple awards, including the Wister Medal in 1996 from the American Iris Society as well as the American Dykes Medal in 1997, the highest accolade awarded by the British Iris Society for American-bred irises.

The distinctively shaped flowers of tall bearded iris appear on strong stems emerging...

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James H. Schutte

(Bearded Iris, Tiger Honey Bearded Iris)

Streaked and splashed with random stripes of white and bright yellow, the tawny, muted gold blossoms of ‘Tiger Honey’ can’t help but attract attention. Hints of deep bronze may brush the exotic blooms of this tall, vigorous 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”. ...

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Bosh Bruening

(Tall Bearded Iris, Twist of Fate Iris)

Bearded iris ‘Twist of Fate’ adds drama to the garden with its striking, bicolor flowers. Its satiny falls of deep, purple-black fade to edges of glowing violet, and are topped with ruffled standards of luminous, light violet-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”....

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Jesse Saylor

(Tall Bearded Iris, Vanity Iris)

Once an Easter bonnet-wearing girl sees the light pink flowers on the Vanity bearded iris, the emotion that may develop just may be one of envy. From early to late spring, 'Vanity' delights with a very long blooming season. This hybrid perennial selection was bred by Ben Hager and introduced in the early 1970s. It received multiple awards, culminating with the American Dykes Medal in 1982, the highest accolade awarded by the British Iris Society for American-bred irises.

The distinctively shaped...

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Jesse Saylor

(Tall Bearded Iris, Victoria Falls Iris)

Here is one of the most ornate blue-flowering bearded iris selections for the garden! From early to late spring, 'Victoria Falls' delights with a very long blooming season. This hybrid perennial selection was bred by the Schreiner's Iris Gardens in Oregon and introduced in 1977. It received multiple awards, culminating with the American Dykes Medal in 1984, the highest accolade awarded by the British Iris Society for American-bred irises.

The distinctively shaped flowers of bearded iris appear...

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Bosh Bruening

(Tall Bearded Iris, Vitafire Iris)

Bearded iris ‘Vitafire’ heats up the garden with its smooth blossoms of warm, garnet-red, tinged with hints of rose. Tall stems support the silky, rippled blooms of this uniquely-colored 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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Bosh Bruening

(Bearded Iris, War Sails Bearded Iris)

A particularly vigorous performer, bearded iris ‘War Sails’ unfurls its ruffled, brick red blossoms atop extra-tall stems 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” are located at the base of the falls, and give this popular...

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Bosh Bruening

(Bearded Iris, Well Endowed Bearded Iris)

Bearded iris ‘Well Endowed’ turns heads with its gigantic, ruffled blossoms of brilliant, solid golden-yellow. Extra-strong stems support the dazzling blooms of this buxom 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...