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.
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.
Inheriting its excellent branching and numerous buds from its father, "Coup de Soleil", a pleasant medium copper-pink, slightly darker on the standards. Tangerine beards. Long flowering season and very vigorous.
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.
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.