Pure bright yellow with a central white stripe on the falls and an orange beard which ends in a feathery white spur. Excellent low branching with 4 stems. The numerous buds: 8 to 10, ensure a long flowering period, late in the season.
Very unusual! Greyish yellow standards strongly infused with purplish violet starting from their base, and golden yellow falls tinted with green. Orange-yellow beards. Small, tightly waved flowers, very good branching with up to 9 buds per stalk. Placed 3rd at the Florence International Iris Competition in 2009.
Radiant and sparkling, as was Dominique herself... the colours of this iris have an unforgettable "joie de vivre": pure bright yellow standards, white falls with a wide yellow border creeping towards the centre. Golden yellow beards. Quite rounded flowers with crimped edges like its parent "Just Before Dawn". Quite a short stem but well-branched.
New, beautifully shaped yellow! Golden yellow, slightly amber standards and very wide yellow falls with a small white area under the orange red beards. Compact, very well-balanced flowers, good branching, vigorous. Certainly one the best yellows with a red beard.
Creamy yellow standards and bright pure yellow falls with small yellow beards. Flowers of a good shape, ruffled, with nearly horizontal falls. Buds at regular intervals on the strong, very straight stems. Very visible from a distance.
An interesting and attractive combination of two different tones of yellow, each with a touch of green. Standards are a light greenish yellow and falls are buttercup yellow with numerous tight ruffles. Orange beards.
Yellow melting into light brown: amber-yellow standards infused with brown tones at the base, slightly less intense yellow falls with light-brown borders. Beards are golden orange. Superb low branching stalks with 10 to 11 buds on average.
Lemon yellow standards turning creamy toward the edges; falls in the same tone but slightly darker with a hue of chartreuse green, lighter on the edges. Lemon yellow beards. Flowers are wide and rustled. A pleasant variation in yellow showing an interesting search for new colours.
Gorgeous luminous absolutely plain canary yellow with orange beards. Large and full flowers boasting good body and rather strong ruffling. Vigorous stalks carry an average of 9 to 11 buds. Brings lots of liveliness to the beds.
Ok, yellow again, but what a yellow! Pure Gold! Generously branched stalks carrying an average of 14 buds and sometimes up to 16! As for the colour, it's a beautifully silky golden yellow with a bright orange beard. Exquisitely shaped flowers with subtly rippled edges.
Indeed, slightly mysterious: strongly ruffled standards, yellow to light brown, amply washed with light purplish violet; wide, lemony white falls with a soft yellow border and dandelion yellow beards. Stems from 'Crowned Heads', a Dykes medalist.
Variations of yellow for this direct descendant of 'Terre de Savane' which was introduced in 2015. Pale yellow standards infused with purple at their base, large amber yellow falls with an orange beard. The stems branch out low with 9 buds on average. Abundant flowering.
With its late flowering, this variety brings brightness and light into the garden. Its semi-horizontal standards and falls of bright yellow have small ruffles and the slightly singed orange beards tail off into a small spur. The blooms are of average size on tall and well branched stems (Average of 10 buds).
The truly brilliant offspring of 'Terre de Savane' with golden yellow standards and undulated equally golden yellow falls which turn to caramel along the edges. The beards are orange. Perfect stems with an average of 10 buds.
A tendency toward green : olive yellow standards with hues of purple toward the heart. Falls are a paler olive yellow. Lavender beards with greenish tips. Lovely shape, ruffled, freeflowering (7-9 buds on average) and vigorous.