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James H. Schutte

(Lavender Bounty Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The flowers of the cultivar 'Lavender Bounty' have rich lavender-pink, arching outer petals (falls) and silvery pink, flaring inner petals (standards). They bloom on tall stems for many weeks in late spring and early summer. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained...

(Lights of Paris Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian iris ‘Lights of Paris’ shines in the garden with graceful, white blossoms accented by warm yellow signals at the base of the falls. This lovely iris blooms atop tall stems in late spring to early summer.

The parent species of Siberian iris is native from Central Europe through to Russia where it grows in a wide range of conditions from wet water's edge to well drained rocky hillsides. This versatility makes these tough perennials adaptable to a wide range of conditions. Siberian iris...

(Memphis Memory Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The cultivar 'Memphis Memory' bears pale lavender-pink flowers on compact stems in late spring. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. As their name suggests, they are very cold-hardy. Divide the dense clumps every three years or so. Enjoy this vigorous...

(Ottawa Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

The rich, violet-blue flowers of Siberian iris ‘Ottawa’ are accented with darkly veined, white signals at the base of the falls. The vivid blossoms are especially beautiful when combined with other cool-toned perennials of late spring and early summer, such as peonies, large allium, and catmint.

The parent species of Siberian iris is native from Central Europe through to Russia where it grows in a wide range of conditions from wet water's edge to well drained rocky hillsides. This versatility...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Perry's Blue Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Vivid, bright blue flowers and strong architectural form give Siberian iris ‘Perry’s Blue’ high value in the garden. The blossoms of this beautiful iris are borne on tall stems in late spring to early summer.

The parent species of Siberian iris is native from Central Europe through to Russia where it grows in a wide range of conditions from wet water's edge to well drained rocky hillsides. This versatility makes these tough perennials adaptable to a wide range of conditions. Siberian iris...

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James H. Schutte

(Regency Buck Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The cultivar 'Regency Buck' bears rich violet-blue flowers on compact stems in late spring. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. As their name suggests, they are very cold-hardy. Divide the dense clumps every three years or so. Enjoy this vigorous...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Roaring Jelly Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The flowers of the cultivar 'Roaring Jelly' have arching, rich raspberry pink outer petals (falls) and gray-white, lavender-veined inner petals (standards). They bloom in late spring on tall sturdy stems. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. As their...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Ruffled Velvet Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The cultivar 'Ruffled Velvet' bears velvety, ruffled, rich plum-purple flowers on compact stems in late spring. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. As their name suggests, they are very cold-hardy. Divide the dense clumps every three years or so....

(Shirley Pope Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

The dramatic, black buds of this outstanding Siberian iris open to blossoms of incredibly rich purple-blue, accented by contrasting white blazes at the base of the falls. ‘Shirley Pope’ was introduced in 1979 by famed breeder Currier McEwen in Harpswell, Maine.

The parent species of Siberian iris is native from Central Europe through to Russia where it grows in a wide range of conditions from wet water's edge to well drained rocky hillsides. This versatility makes these tough perennials adaptable...

(Siberian Iris, Silver Edge Siberian Iris)

The large flowers of Siberian iris 'Silver Edge’ are nothing short of fabulous. Resembling the fleur de lis from an old French masterwork, the petals are velvety, deep blue edged delicately with exceptionally narrow, bright white margins. The intense blossoms of this robust iris stand out in a crowd, and are best appreciated at close range.

The parent species of Siberian iris is native from Central Europe through to Russia where it grows in a wide range of conditions from wet water's...