Gracefully shaped flowers with sky blue standards and darker blue-violet plicata markings on ruffled ivory falls. Popular iris, prize-winner several times despite a moderate average count of buds (only 5 to 6).
This unique Plicata with a white background is a son of the renowned 'Splashacata' which was awarded the Dykes medal. White falls completely peppered with dark purple dots. Bronze yellow beards. Lots of style and a pleasant fragrance.
Buff-coloured standards with a hint of peach. Falls with a white background edged in the same colour as the standards but peppered light brown to cinnamon. Red-orange beards prolonged with a fine cinnamon toned line. Stands tall with ruffled flowers.
Pale lavender-pink standards, cream falls with a fine, precisely marked, purple border (5 mm). Wide orange-red beards marked to the tips with streaks of purple dots. Medium-sized, compact flowers with lively ondulations. 8 buds.
From its father, 'Lumarco', it inherited a wonderful delicateness in tone and shape. Boasting standards of pure white, lemon-yellow styles and plicata-like falls with thin light-violet edges. The beard's heart is yellow, the tips white. Good stem with an average of 8 buds.
Remarkable and luminous offspring of 'First Interstate'. Cadmium yellow standards and white falls with a large border of the same yellow (2 cm). Gold beards shouldered with cadmium yellow. In addition to its beauty, 'Happy Again' boasts a lot of exuberantly ruffled flowers: 9 to 12 per stalk.
Rosy violet standards, white showing in centre. White falls dotted and banded with rosy violet. White beards tipped with violet. Moderately ruffled flowers, nicely shaped. Extremely vigorous, it increases very fast because ot its reflowering character (it often blooms again in October).
Stunning contrast between the snowy white background and the deep blue violet border on standards and falls. Very large-sized flowers (16 cm x 11 cm) inherited from its mother, 'Rare Quality'. Generous flowering (8 to 9 buds) on very tall stalks with 3 to 4 branches.
A "tall bearded iris", but petite, with only an average of 5 buds but without doubt the most contrasting black-white around today" - so said its creator. Black-purple standards and white falls bordered and peppered with black. Soft blue beards. Rounded shape with almost horizontal falls.
Standards are of an intense purplish amethyst and buff coloured falls with a wide beetroot red brim and a stripe down the middle of the same colour. Brownish orange beards surrounded by dark red dots. This variety is the result of continuing research to obtain a vigorous Plicata. As it flowers late, the damage due to late frosts is avoided.
Cheerful and excellent plicata with garnet red standards and a yellow background on falls widely edged with garnet red. Prolific grower and classical shape. Awarded "Iris of the Millenium" at Franciris 2000.
This stunning plicata, child of 'Honky Tonk Blues', has immense flowers (18 cm) with a pure white background and a precise purple-blue border. Beards are blue. It flowers generously and grows vigorously.
We like "Splashacata" for its strong personality. It shows pale blue-lavender standards and white falls heavily peppered with rich purple-violet dots and speckles. White beards tipped yellow. Vigorous novelty that produces regularly 8 to 10 ruffled flowers per stalk.
Plum red standards touched with apricot at the centre, aubergine falls which are yellow at the centre and streaked plum red. Pumpkin coloured beards set against a small white background. Nicely shaped flowers edged with gentle ruffles. Moderate growth and multiplication.
Apricot-infused cream standards, brightest at their centre, framing rather rounded and beautifully ruffled lavender falls with wide mid-brown edges. Their imposing bright orange beards are striking. This variety, with gorgeous stems (8 to 9 buds on average), is truly one of a kind!