An exquisite new variety: apricot-orange standards and creamy falls infused and edged with apricot. Bright tangerine beards. Much laced and flowers of perfect shape. Something very different and very new!
Descendant of "Dreamsicle", this delightful very light peach pink turns to cream below the apricot beard. The petals boast an exquisite lacy crimped edging. Probably the latest flowering variety. (6 to 8 buds) per stem.
Soft rosy apricot, slightly paler on the almost horizontal falls. Superb shape, pretty edged with ruffles (though not excessively). An extra attraction: a pale rosy apricot spur extends the tangerine beards. Late flowering.
Between orange and tangerine, a direct descendant of 'Good Show', decorated with beautiful orange-red beards. A strong presence in the garden, accentuated by its imposing size: flowers 11cm x 16cm, which is quite unusual in warm-toned irises.
Very graceful small orange iris of strong substance with large, nearly horizontal falls. The flowers are average-sized, compact and well-proportioned in relation to the plant. The beards are mandarin-toned and the stem carries an average of 7 buds.
Difficult to dream of a better orange iris for the garden! Perfectly plain and intense orange set on fire by its brilliant tangerine coloured beards. Very tall and strong ruffling. Stems with 3 branches, each carrying an average of 6 to 9 buds.