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.
Glowing son of "Good Show" with peach pink standards, medium orange at their base and medium orange wide falls. Bright tangerine beards. Huge flowers, strongly ruffled and slightly frilly. Good grower.
Peach pink standards turning to golden yellow on their edges. White falls with a precise and narrow yellow rim, bright orange beards. Plenty of small flowers, moderatly ruffled. Very vigourous, quickly forming into good clumps.
Superb apricot, slightly rosy at the centre of the standards and marginally paler under the beards. Strong flowers have very ruffled edges and the beards are between tangerine and red. Exemplary branching with an average of 9 to 10 buds.
Perhaps the deepest orange of our collection. It is also one of the most vigorous in this category. Feu du Ciel has been a frequent prizewinner: RHS Award of Garden Merit 2004, Merit of Courson in 1996, 16th prize at the American Convention in 1998...
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!
Not the brightest orange, but certainly the most radiant! The tone is stronger on the falls which are enhanced by a creamy middle line extending from tangerine beards. Jagged flowers and no less than 8-9 buds per stalk.
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.