Category Archives: Iris

Danfordiae Dwarf Iris – 10 bulbs

Botanical Name: Iris danfordiae Description: Brighten up your day with this little beauty when it starts popping it’s head up in early spring. It’s renowned for its ability to naturalize and form colorful mats of bright yellow flowers and is extremely fragrant. Very cold hardy. 4″ tall. Tuck into rock gardens or en masse in

Katharine Hodgkin Dwarf Iris – 10 bulbs

Botanical Name: Iris histroides Description: Award-winning iris beauty in miniature. Katharine Hodgkin grows only 6 inches high, and in early April opens flowers with light blue standards and violet falls with yellow centers dotted with dark spots. Grow them in planters, rock gardens, or natural woodland settings.

Eye of the Tiger Dutch Iris – 10 bulbs

Botanical Name: Iris hollandica Description: Wonderful in the garden and bouquets! ‘Eye of the Tiger’ Dutch iris grow 20″ tall. Blooms have electric blue standards and contrasting golden brown falls accented with bright gold eyes. Blooms open in late spring, early summer.

Delta Star Water Iris – 3 root divisions

Maria Dolores Water Iris – 3 root divisions

Sinfonieta Water Iris – 3 root divisions

Gerald Darby Water Iris – 3 root divisions

Gracieuse Japanese Iris – 3 root divisions

Temple Bells Japanese Iris – 3 root divisions

Sky Wings Siberian Iris – 3 root divisions

Ces’t si Bon Water Iris – 3 root divisions

Purple Sensation Dutch Iris – 10 bulbs

Botanical Name: Iris hollandica Description: It is purple, and sensationally so-a vivid purple with a contrasting spot of yellow at the base of the petals. Blooms are carried a height of 22 to 28-inches are large, long lasting, and lightly but sweetly fragrant. Excellent cutting flower, at home in borders, and sensational when planted en

White Perfection Dutch Iris – 10 bulbs

Botanical Name: Iris hollandica Description: Crisp white blooms are accented with a flame of yellow orange. The standards stand stiffly upright, and the falls arch gracefully for impeccable form. The flowers display to full advantage over its spears of dark green foliage. A very usable flower in the garden and in bouquets because its color

Ruffled Velvet Siberian Iris – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Iris sibirica Description: A wonderful specimen for moist-soil locations where other plants struggle. It thrives beside pools or creeks, and low areas where the soil stays moist. Or you can keep it happy by watering frequently. Its blade foliage is attractive, and in late June, large purple flowers with ruffled petals and velvety

Golden Giant Dutch Iris – 10 bulbs

Botanical Name: Iris hollandica Description: Delightful. This Dutch treat grows easily, its dark green blade foliage reaching about 20 inches high. Flower stalks then rise above the foliage and are topped with huge golden blooms measuring up to 6 inches across. Great in borders, massed in beds, and are long-lasting in the vase. Be sure

Butter and Sugar Siberian Iris – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Iris sibirica Description: Butter and Sugar Siberian Iris looks like it could melt in your mouth. A delightful white and yellow bi-color. Extremely hardy.

Caesar’s Brother Siberian Iris – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Iris sibirica Description: Siberian Iris thrive in moist soil conditions and around pools. Caesar’s Brother is a rich, deep blue.

Mixed Dwarf Iris – 10 bulbs

Botanical Name: Iris reticulata Description: These delightful Dutch Iris are exquisite in arrangements and in the garden. Very winter-hardy, blooming profusely in mid-spring.

Pink Lady Japanese Iris – 3 root divisions

Super Ego Siberian Iris – 3 root divisions