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(Siberian Iris, Sky Wings Siberian Iris)

The pastel, lavender-blue blossoms of Siberian iris ‘Sky Wings’ float atop tall stems in late spring to early summer, adding an ethereal beauty to the garden. The standards of this gorgeous iris are paler than the falls, which are marked with subtle, blue veining and soft, yellow signals.

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

(Siberian Iris, Snow Bounty Siberian Iris)

The smooth, white blooms of Siberian iris ‘Snow Bounty’ shine in the late spring to early summer garden atop tall, willowy stems. The falls of this captivating beauty are marked with creamy, lemon-yellow signals.

The parent species of Siberian iris are native from Central Europe through to Russia where they grow 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...

(Siberian Iris, Snow Queen Siberian Iris)

Siberian iris ‘Snow Queen’ gleams in the garden with its delicate flowers of clean white, touched with subtle blazes of pale yellow at the base of the falls.

The parent species of Siberian iris are native from Central Europe through to Russia where they grow 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 produce spectacular flowers in late spring to early...

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James Burghardt

(Siberian Iris, Sparkling Rosé Siberian Iris)

Poised like butterflies atop extra-tall stems, the vivid, magenta-pink flowers of Siberian iris ‘Sparkling Rose’ add elegance to the garden. The orchid-like blossoms of this vigorous beauty are etched with subtle, lavender-blue veining on the falls and highlighted by blazes of soft yellow.

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

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Russell Stafford

(Siberian Iris, Summer Skies Siberian Iris)

Siberian Iris is a popular and attractive perennial that is native from regions in central Europe through to Russia. It is an adaptable herbaceous plant that develops substantial tall clumps of linear blade-like green foliage. In early summer it displays many beardless iris flowers that appear on tall stems. These may be white, purple, or violet-blue.

Siberian iris grows best in sunny locations and fertile soil with average drainage, but tolerates slight waterlogging. It is quite cold tolerant...

(Siberian Iris, Super Ego Siberian Iris)

Siberian iris ‘Super Ego’ features shimmering blossoms of pale, sky-blue fading to centers of glowing, violet-blue. Deep blue veining threads the elegantly rippled falls of this beautiful iris.

The parent species of Siberian iris are native from Central Europe through to Russia where they grow 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 produce spectacular...

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Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Iris, White Swirl Siberian Iris)

The snowy flowers of Siberian iris ‘White Swirl’ are softened with a touch of creamy yellow at the centers. Blooming in late spring to early summer, the gleaming white blossoms of this beautiful iris make a particularly elegant statement in a moonlight garden.

The parent species of Siberian iris are native from Central Europe through to Russia where they grow 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, Windwood Spring Iris)

Abundant blooms of Wedgewood blue are highlighted by large, white blazes, making Siberian iris ‘Windwood Spring’ a refreshing addition to the spring garden. The falls of the cool-toned flowers are held out horizontally, somewhat resembling butterfly iris.

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

(Harpswell Series Siberian Irises, Siberian Iris)

Few hardy perennials are as widely adaptable as Siberian iris with its spectacular flowers and upright clumping form. The parent species of this variety is native to an enormous range from Central Europe through to Russia. The genetically complex Harpswell irises were hybridized by famed breeder Currier McEwen in Harpswell, Maine. Siberians are an adaptable clumping plant that tolerates both wet and dry soil conditions offering a versatile problem solver for cold climate gardens. This iris develops...

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Jesse Saylor

(Harlequin Blueflag)

This beautiful aquatic iris, with its lovely blue flowers, is at home both in the wild and the water garden. It is an exceptionally hardy North American native with a broad northeastern distribution, from the upper reaches of Canada, down to Virginia and west to Minnesota. Harlequin blueflag is a true marginal, thriving both in average fertile soil or shallow standing water.

This robust perennial forms large clumps of long, strap-like leaves that stand upright or arch gracefully. The leaves are...