IRIS SEEDS

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  1. IRIS REICHENBACHII

    These dwarf bearded flowers vary from pale purple, through violet, to yellow and white, with each stem giving one or two flowers with large, attractively veined falls on short stems over blue-green foliage. These hardy plants produce unusually large flowers for such a dwarf species, and they are best sited in a sharply-drained, very sunny spot with no shade. They are native to Serbia, Macedonia, and into north east Greece. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  2. IRIS SANGUINEA

    This unusually large-flowered Japanese iris has clumps of grey-green foliage making a splendid foil to the impressive blooms. It flowers early, sometimes in late winter and often continuing into early summer. ... Learn More

    $3.61

  3. IRIS SETOSA

    This lovely plant, bearing delicate blue and white flowers, was originally collected from damp meadows around Korsakov on our Sakhalin (Russia) expedition (RBS0233). It will, however, do perfectly well in dry conditions. ... Learn More

    $2.97

  4. IRIS SETOSA ALBA

    From May until early July, this stunning dwarf option to the taller irises produces disproportionately wide and large, ivory-white flowers which each have a contrasting inner halo. Flowers are held on sturdy stems above solid clumps of narrow, green sword-like leaves. Very cold tolerant, this short, grassy-leaved Iris species, native to Siberia and Alaska, is a perfect choice for edging, or in the sunny rock garden. It is also effective when mass planted as ground cover, when it will grow in sun or semi-shade, preferably in a moisture retentive position. ... Learn More

    $3.68

  5. IRIS SETOSA ARCTICA

    This bone-hardy, very cold tolerant, grassy leaved Iris species which is native to Siberia and Alaska forms a low tuft of bright green, sword-shaped leaves. Many three-petalled flowers, lavender-blue with silvery-white veining, appear in late spring. It is a good choice for edging or in the sunny rock garden and can be very effective when mass planted as ground cover. ... Learn More

    $3.22

  6. IRIS SETOSA 'BABY BLUE'

    From May until early July, this stunning dwarf form of the alternative to the taller irises, produces disproportionately wide and large, electric blue flowers which each have a white, inner halo and purplish veins. Flowers are held on sturdy stems above solid clumps of narrow, green sword-like leaves. Very cold tolerant, this short, grassy leaved Iris species, native to Siberia and Alaska, is a perfect choice for edging, or in the sunny rock garden. It is also effective when mass planted as groundcover, when it will grow in sun or semi-shade, preferably in a moisture retentive position. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  7. IRIS SETOSA SSP CANADENSIS

    Iris setosa dwarf, this lovely iris has large, reflexed, blue-purple flowers, white-blotched at the centre, and all attractively pencilled in deeper purple, with small standards. It does best with ample moisture, but must have adequate sun to flower well. These plants are native to the coastal states of north-east USA and Canada, where they grow in damp places. ... Learn More

    $3.35

  8. IRIS SIBIRICA

    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

    $3.42

  9. IRIS SINTENISII

    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

    $3.29

  10. IRIS SPECIES MIXED

    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

    $3.42

  11. IRIS SPURIA

    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

    $3.48

  12. IRIS SPURIA HALOPHILA

    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

    $3.42

  13. IRIS SUAVEOLENS

    Fragrant spring blooming flowers, open their blooms which are between yellow and purple, with white or yellow beards. Living on the stony hillsides of the Eastern Mediterranean, notably in North West Turkey, this rare and diminutive gem possesses a disproportionately large flower which rises out of an unruly tangle of small blue-green or greyish green curved leaves. ... Learn More

    $4.32

  14. IRIS SYBIL

    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

    $4.77

  15. IRIS TECTORUM

    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

    $3.42

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