Off-pink white standards toned in light lavender at the base ; falls of a soft bluish lavender with white beards tipped with tangerine. Beautiful branching with 8-10 buds/stalk. A most delicate tone combination!
Cream standards infused butter yellow . Almost horizontal falls, fuchsia turning to mid blue-violet under the yellow-orange beards and delicate light brown rim. Flowers have laced edges and plenty of small ruffles.
Son of 'French Cancan' and 'Fanfreluche' with light beige standards and almost horizontal falls of soft lavender. Tangerine toned beards. Stems are rather compact. A most pleasing combination of pastel tones. (Cayeux seedling 05 298 A)
A touch of fantasy among the two-tones: pale yellow standards and lilac-pink falls with golden yellow beards. Flowers edged with billowing indented ruffles. Strong stems with numerous count of buds (8 to 10).
Definitely fascinating! Cream white standards infused with plenty of lemon yellow, deep purple falls that turn to a sustained lavender under beards of golden yellow tipped white. A very pale 2mm lavender border completes this original complex pedigree combination. A really interesting one.
Attractive contrast between the pale pink standards and the light blue-lavender falls. The long red beards bring a bright note to this wonderful new iris. Very nice stalks with a lot of buds followed by a long flowering. For us, one of our best creations.
A very big bicolour with butter-yellow standards and very dark violet-purple falls, with a big cream "throat" around the yellow-orange beard. Despite the moderate number of 6 buds, the arresting contrast offered by "Funambule" makes it an excellent new variety.
We are delighted to name this new unusual bi-colour "Gérard Brière" after the founder of the iris garden Brocéliande in Brittany. Amber-yellow standards, tinted brown at their edge, and blue-violet falls with a large white centre and bright yellow long beards. Multiplies up well, unusual colour.
Entirely new: large flowers with pale blue standards and greenish yellow falls. Orange beards. A very unusual contrast similar in style to the standard dwarf "Real Coquette". Very attractive and easy to place in mixed borders. Late and prolific flowering. (9 buds per stem).
We crossed two Dykes Medal winners ("Edith Wolford" and "Honky Tonk Blues") to get this magnificent and waved bicolor. Clear butter yellow standards and cool bluish lavender falls with almost invisible beards. For us, it is one of the best blue and yellow bicolors.
Resulting from the cross between 'Ciel gris sur Poilly' and 'Macaron', this is a two-toned variety with yellow standards and amber borders which contrast with nearly horizontal, sustained bright purple falls. Orange beards. Average-sized and beautifully shaped flowers which are compact and undulated.
Sumptuous new variety with sky blue standards and satiny dark violet falls of as surprising luminosity. The falls are paler towards the dark rusty orange beards, shouldered with amaranth. Numerous ruffled flowers, low-branched stems, excellent foliage and long flowering-in short: a nearly perfect iris that is one of our favourites.
Slightly smoky-pink standards and falls that veer between medium lavender and clear violet with bright red beards. Unusual and attractive combination! In the style of its father "French-Cancan" but of a different intensity. Flowers moderately ruffled and 8 buds.
Warm, sandy buff standards washed with purple at their base. The wide and ruffled falls are black cherry, paler on their edges and show a velvety texture. Dark orange beards. Growth is healthy and vigorous. (6 to 8 buds per stalk).