A well balanced specimen which will brighten up your garden. Slightly roasted, copper-honeyed tone with orange beards. Excellent branching like its predecessor 'Coup de Soleil'. It features an average of 10 buds, with moderately sized flowers resulting in a harmonious balance.
Bright colours for this winner of the Florence iris competition in 2002. Golden-yellow standards with light plum at their base, caramel falls infused with pale violet below the old gold beards. Moderate sized flowers, well shaped and 9 to 10 buds per stalk. Subtle perfume.
A lovely shape for this golden copper iris veined and shaded with bronze. Ruffled flowers carried by sturdy stalks with 3 branches and an average of 8 to10 buds. Golden copper beards. A very warm iris rewarded by the Dykes medal in 2009.
Bred from "Coup de Soleil" this variety has kept its parent's unparalleled brightness. The flowers are of a moderate size but in good proportion to the foliage. Rich copper red, with fine crimping on the edges and beautiful tangerine beards. Branched stems bearing 8 buds on average. We are honoured that the famous company Hermès has adopted this new iris.
Pale copper standards with rippled and gently crinkled edges, falls of the same colour but clearly lighter which are also rippled and crinkled to frame an orange beard. A magnificent stem, with low branches, very large flowers and plenty of buds: between 10 and 11 on average. One of the last to flower.