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    This graceful, spring-flowering iris has blooms in various shades of blue-purple with white veining on the falls. They are easy to grow, enjoying a sunny or partially shaded spot in moist but well-drained, acid to neutral soil. ... Learn More



    Bearing deep violet-blue flowers with narrow, deeply marked, blue and white falls and violet veins, this dwarf plant deserves to be more widely grown. From Southern Italy, the Balkan peninsula and Turkey, this plant is almost impossible to spot in the grass after flowering as the leaves are totally grass-like. This species, which is pollinated by ants, is closely related to Iris graminea. ... Learn More



    A generous packet of all our irises, including some collected in quantities too small to list, some very rare, in all sizes and colours. More than twenty varieties, but a few examples are: Iris chrysographes, forrestii, innominata, kaempferi, missouriensis, shrevei and many more. ... Learn More



    Lilac purple flowers open in steady succession above clumps of slender, elongated leaves. Strong and wind resistant, they make perfect cut flowers, and when cut in bud stage, the florets open in perfect sequence, and indeed in some countries florists are starting to use them in flowerarrangements. ... Learn More



    Strong long stems, hold multiple heads of large cream and lemon flowers. This selection is the tallest iris we grow at Plant World reaching up to 5 feet in height or even higher in damp soil. A rare and totally magnificent, tall and imposing iris well suited for back of the border or pond edge where it will make a long-flowering statement for much of the summer. ... Learn More



    This exceptional form of Tall Bearded Iris has large, exquisite, purple petals, shading to white at the edges and with a mosaic of pencilled purple lines crossing the suffused yellow centre. Altogether an exceptional flower, seedlings may vary but all should be extremely attractive. ... Learn More



    A 15" tall species of the crested iris group featuring large, 6" across, beardless, bright lilac-purple flowers with falls which are crested white. Foliage is arranged in fans of narrow, lance-shaped, ribbed, glossy, upright leaves that can become somewhat floppy. Can spread rapidly in the garden. Commonly called roof iris because it has in the past been grown on thatched roofs in both Japan and China. ... Learn More



    Large, showy flowers of lavender-blue to purple open above leaves which are very slender for an iris, the plant often being mistaken for grass when not in bloom! Its rhizomes spread slowly, causing the plant to grow in a tight clump. Native to south-western Washington and north-western Oregon, its species name, tenax, means "tough" and refers to the strong, fibrous leaves of the plant, which were used by indigenous peoples for braiding into snares and other cordage. ... Learn More



    Olive green flowers have yellow tones at their throats, the recurving tepals being stained velvety maroon, almost black. The lance-shaped, glaucous green leaves appear first, the flowers growing on stems slightly shorter than the foliage. The blooms have a delicate fragrance that will increase in sunshine, or even a warm room making it in irresistible cut flower. A native of the Mediterranean region, It is grown from tuberous bulbs planted in the autumn, growing best in full sun to partial shade, and requiring well-drained, warm soil. In can naturalise in grassy areas and grows well in rock gardens or containers. ... Learn More



    This very robust iris makes a dramatic display of boldly veined, sword-like leaves, with large, violet-blue flowers accented by whitish markings at the base of the sepals. Unusually, the petals and sepals spread out flat making an attractive change from most others. ... Learn More



    Widely regarded as one of the loveliest forms of Juno irises, this lovely plant has large white flowers infused with pale blue and yellow which open from the axils of broad shiny leaves. This gorgeous plant does well outside, in a well-drained, south-facing site in a loamy soil where in time it can make a good sized clump. Very, very few seeds collected. ... Learn More



    This distinguished wetland iris is native to coastal plains from Virginia to Louisiana where in late spring it opens its attractively-striped violet-blue flowers with yellow and white crested falls. Flower colours can vary considerably from very light blue to purple. The bright medium green, sword-shaped leaves often lie on the ground or even in the water. ... Learn More



    Handsome blue and yellow flowers open on this lovely native of the Iberian Peninsula where it produces strong clumps in grassy places, sandy and rocky ground, and sand dunes, flowering from April to June. ... Learn More



    Greyish-green leaves emerge in autumn, which die the next year after the bright yellow flowers have faded in July. This lovely iris, native to Spain and Portugal, has also been found in the wild in Corsica, South West France, southern Italy, Algeria and Tunisia. This lovely colour selection, and colour of seedlings may vary, comes from one of the hardier bulbous irises, and can be grown in any thoroughly drained bed in very light open soil, preferably one that has been moderately enriched, ... Learn More



    Similar in form to Iris magnifica, this choice plant has superb, large flowers of deep violet-blue to cobalt, with a spotted and striped white or violet crest. Lush broad leaves with generally 2 or 3 compact flowers per stem produce a striking specimen, and although very rare it is easy to produces a healthy plant in cultivation. ... Learn More


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