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Bosh Bruening

(Bearded Iris, Wench Bearded Iris)

The sensuous blossoms of bearded iris ‘Wench’ catch attention with their dark falls of rich deep plum, topped with a feminine frill of pale, coral-pink standards. Fuzzy, tangerine-orange beards add a spark of heat to the velvety falls, which are marked with a fan of fine, white whiskers.

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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Tall Bearded Iris, Winterland Iris)

All-white flowers with fuzzy white and yellow "beards" open on the Winterland tall bearded iris in the springtime. The hybrid 'Winterland' was developed by Monty Byers and released in 1990. It's a herbaceous perennial that grows from a firm but fleshy underground stem called a rhizome.

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

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Bosh Bruening

(Iris, Yo-yo Dwarf Iris)

Dwarf bearded iris ‘Yo-Yo’ shines in the spring garden with its bright blossoms of clear, pansy-violet. The falls of this vigorous little performer are decorated with rich, plum blotches and bright blue beards.

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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Bosh Bruening

(Bearded Iris, Zounds Dwarf Bearded Iris)

The peacock-bright colors of dwarf iris ‘Zounds’ compensate amply for its lack of height. Each blossom features bright lavender-blue standards atop falls of rich bronze, which are touched and feathered at the edges with hints of violet-blue and olive-green. Bright blue beards add a final touch, and seem to glow against the warmly tinted falls. Plant this amazing little iris where its eye-popping spring blooms can be appreciated up close.

The distinctive flowers of German bearded iris appear...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Iris)

Japanese iris originates from China, Russia, and Japan but has been cultivated most by the Japanese. It was first popularized in the West in the late nineteenth century when it was most prized as a collector's plant. Now there are hundreds of fine cultivars available of eastern and western origin.

This tall, elegant perennial may also be called the butterfly iris, a name which describes its large, flattened flowers that come in an array of cool colors. The blooms appear in late spring to...

(Cry of Rejoice Japanese Iris, Japanese Iris)

The exceptional Japanese Iris ‘Cry of Rejoice’ has large flowers that are deepest violet-purple with white veins at the base of each fall. It offers cool color to the early summer perennial or waterside garden.

Japanese iris originates from China, Russia, and Japan but has been cultivated most by the Japanese. It was first popularized in the West in the late nineteenth century when it was most prized as a collector's plant. Now there are hundreds of fine cultivars available, some bred in the...

(Darling Japanese Iris, Japanese Iris)

The large, flattened rose-pink flowers of ‘Darling’ hover over dense, upright clumps of green foliage. This pretty cultivar offers a soft presence to waterside plantings or sunny herbaceous borders.

Japanese iris originates from China, Russia, and Japan but has been cultivated most by the Japanese. It was first popularized in the West in the late nineteenth century when it was most prized as a collector's plant. Now there are hundreds of fine cultivars available of eastern and western origin....

(Fortune Japanese Iris, Japanese Iris)

The large flattened flowers of ‘Fortune’ have violet-purple inner petals and white falls. The blooms hover over dense, upright clumps of green strap-like leaves.

Japanese iris originates from China, Russia, and Japan but has been cultivated most by the Japanese. It was first popularized in the West in the late nineteenth century when it was most prized as a collector's plant. Now there are hundreds of fine cultivars available of eastern and western origin.

This tall, elegant perennial...

(Gracieuse Japanese Iris, Japanese Iris)

The large, flattened blooms of ‘Gracieuse’ are white edged in lavender-blue. The blooms hover over dense, upright clumps of green strap-like leaves.

Japanese iris originates from China, Russia, and Japan but has been cultivated most by the Japanese. It was first popularized in the West in the late nineteenth century when it was most prized as a collector's plant. Now there are hundreds of fine cultivars available of eastern and western origin.

This tall, elegant perennial may also be...

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Jesse Saylor

(Japanese Iris, Mt. Fuji Japanese Iris)

Japanese iris originates from China, Russia, and Japan but has been cultivated most by the Japanese. It was first popularized in the West in the late nineteenth century when it was most prized as a collector's plant. Now there are hundreds of fine cultivars available of eastern and western origin.

This tall, elegant perennial may also be called the butterfly iris, a name which describes its large, flattened flowers that come in an array of cool colors. The blooms appear in late spring to...