It is a pleasure for us to reintroduce this historic variety registered by Ferdinand Cayeux in 1906. This is a disploïd plicata with a white ground and blue-violet border. It produces a lot of small-sized flowers and is very vigorous.
Revived historic variety dating from 1936, which is new to our collection. An agreeable and graceful amoena with red-purple falls edged with a fine white strip. Bright yellow beards and a slight aniseed perfume.
This historic variety (a descendent of "Dalmatica") features light to mid tones of lavender, lighter around the white, golden-tipped beards. Flowers are larger than the Iris Pallida's, and quite charming.
Standards are milky white, whilst light lemon coloured at the base. Falls are crimson red with a fine 2mm wide white border. Bright yellow beards. A graceful amoena with a good finish for the time period.
Similar in style to 'Fancy Dress' but created over 50 years ago! One could say it is a 'trail-blazer'. Magenta standards, finely striped in white. Falls are a purplish amethyst also discreetly striped white. Luminous sunny yellow beards.