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  1. IRIS TUBEROSA

    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

    $4.49

  2. IRIS VERSICOLOR

    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

    $3.63

  3. IRIS VICARIA

    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

    $5.23

  4. IRIS WILSONII

    This plant is one of the two yellow-flowered members of the Iris sibirica section, these plants have deeper yellow flowers than Iris forrestii, but with similar very narrow petals, and darking markings on the falls. They are robust, easy-to-grow plants and spectacular in flower ... Learn More

    $3.26

  5. IRIS XIPHIUM

    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

    $3.14

  6. IRIS XIPHIUM 'LUSITANICA'

    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

    $4.12

  7. IRIS ZENAIDAE

    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

    $4.37

  8. ISOTOMA AXILLARIS

    Above a domed dwarf shrub of finely divided leaves, dazzling, five pointed blue stars open all summer and autumn long. This close relative of our much-loved campanulas originates from Australia and New Zealand. Although it normally grown as an annual in our gardens, often in summer containers, it is truly a perennial plant and should be grown in full sun and be kept well-watered and fed. ... Learn More

    $3.94

  9. IXIA MIXED COLOURS (POLYSTACHYA)

    From compact clumps of sword-like leaves arise long wiry stems with star-shaped flowers in brilliant and varied colours, which open in succession from July to September. These are the very best of the selections which are often used as cut flowers, and in a warm climate these plants will naturalize and self-sow without being invasive. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  10. IXIA THOMASIAE

    Extremely rare and exceedingly beautiful, this gorgeous, and almost unknown plant, can grow up to more than a meter tall. It has been described as "almost Dierama-like”"in habit, but, coming from a winter rainfall area of South Africa, it can perform better in wet conditions than many Dieramas do. A vigorous grower, it is summer deciduous, and during this period plants do not require water. ... Learn More

    $4.86

  11. IXIOLIRION TATARICUM

    Pretty, wispy and airy-looking, delicate purple flowers arise on thin stems in spring. These flowers readily multiply up making compact clumps. They are native to Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Russia, and Turkmenistan, where in the wild, flower colour ranges from light blue to dark violet. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  12. JASIONE LAEVIS

    Although it is actually a member of the "bellflower" family, this unusual flower resembles a Scabious or Pincushion Flower. It forms a low mound of grey-green leaves, bearing balls of violet-blue flowers for weeks on end and is excellent in a rock garden, especially combined with Heaths and Heathers, but also suitable for a border or edging a pathway. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  13. JASIONE LAEVIS BLAULICHT

    An unusually striking, hardy perennial with exceptionally bright blue spiky flowers, the protruding stamens making the flowers very noticeable, and decorative and bright into late September! The rosettes of narrowly-oblong leaves look like moss mounds, and are evergreen making this plant perfect for open spots without much shade, such as in a rockery or amongst grasses. Although it superficially looks like a scabious, it is no relation, as it is in the bellflower family! ... Learn More

    $3.26

  14. JASIONE MONTANA

    Although this lovely British native plant is called a "scabious" it is in fact not at all related, but is in the campanula family as a close inspection of the flower will confirm. In the wild it grows on heaths and moors, often at high elevations, also in rocky districts, coastal cliffs and quarries, doing well in very poor soil. In cultivation it excels though, good soil permitting it to grow in all dimensions. ... Learn More

    $3.08

  15. JEFFERSONIA DIPHYLLA

    Jeffersonia has showy white flowers with eight petals, the delicate flowers resembling "Bloodroot" and appearing in April or May before producing fruit which is a green pear-shaped capsule with a hinged top. Native to eastern Asia and eastern North America these uncommon spring flowers were named for United States President Thomas Jefferson. It is protected by state laws as a threatened or endangered plant in Georgia, Iowa, New York, and New Jersey. The characteristic leaves are large and nearly divided in half, giving rise to its common name, twinleaf. As with many other deciduous forest plants, the seeds are dispersed by ants, a process known as myrmecochory. I bet you can't remember that tomorrow! ... Learn More

    $3.51

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