Our visitors'favourite in 1998, 1999 and 2000, "Buisson de Roses" also won awards at the American Convention and the Florence iris Competition in 1998. This perfectly plain salmon pink with nice tangerine beards produces lovely flowers in abundance with often 3 to 4 opened at the same time. You must try it!
Pale mauve wine-coloured standards and rosé-wine falls, lighter than the standards and almost horizontal. Orange-red beards. Firm-bodied flowers slightly waved and free-flowering (8 to 9 buds per stem). Superb branching. Unusual colour between rosé and Bordeaux, very attractive!
Clear peach pink standards and wide pink falls with a touch of lilac on the edges and slightly paler in the centre. Big tangerine beards with a long and feathered purple-pink horn. The flowers are richly ruffled and of a good size. Original!
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.
Twenty-first century version of an old favourite from the 1950s: "Color Carnival". Flamingo pink standards and cerise-purple falls with a narrow and bright pink border. Tangerine beards and pink medial stripe. Good flowering habits: 7 to 9 buds per stem.
A delicious pure raspberry bred from crossing "Rougissant" with "Hortensia Rose". Big, wide, amply waved flowers, carried by branched stems (8 buds per stalk). Tangerine beards tipped with rosy lavender.
A son of "Caprice de Star" in subtle pastel tones: light pink standards and pinkish white falls darkening along the coral pink beards. Large flowers carried by perfect low branching and well balanced stems. A very vigorous plant with an average of 9 to 10 buds per stem.
Apricot pink. Apricot standards, pinkish at the base and wide falls, cream coloured in the centre and pinkish apricot toward the edges. Bright coral red beards. Ample, strongly ruffled flowers. A must within the pastel category!
Large flowers with pale pink standards and lilac pink falls featuring extremely long coral red beards with lavender pink spurs (in an almost triangular dagger-shape). Long stalks with an average of 8 buds.
A pleasing descendant of 'Happenstance' showing pale pink standards and pinkish white falls which are peach toned around bright red-orange beards. Delicately jagged edging. Excellent branching and strong growth.
Pink, pink, pink! From two magnificent pink parents: ‘June Krauss’ and ‘Hortensia Rose’ here is a new, intense pink flower with the purest of coral beards. Unfussy, plump flowers. Good foliage and 8 buds per stem on average. (Cayeux seedling 10 276 A)
Between pink and white. White standards broadly infused with light pink which is deeper at the base, white falls with a hint of pink which is stronger at the centre, white beards changing to tangerine at the throat. Delicious flowers, very elegant and bordered by subtle frills. Tall in stature. (Ghio 2004).