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).
New bicolour that combines many qualities: charm, perfect shape, long flowering, 9 to 12 buds, great vigour. Pinkish apricot standards, soft rosy lavender falls much paler around the tangerine beard. Quite rightly it won first prize at the Florence iris competition in 1996.
A new and exciting combination of colours! Soft rosy buff standards. Bright pink-purple falls with a large cream centre embellished with a long, thick and bright orange-red beard. Medium-sized flowers harmoniously displayed on perfectly branched stems.
Salmon beige standards and ruffled rosy-tan falls washed fuchsia-orchid. Fiery tangerine beards. An unusual combination of soft tints. 8 to 12 buds per stem. Prizewinner for the best new colour at Florence in 1997.
Huge flowers with white standards tinted with lavender and soft lavender falls with lavender beards. Thick stems with perfect branching. The delicate tones of Cumulus give a great feeling of freshness.
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.
Pure white standards, white falls with a wide deep blue-violet border and discreet clear yellow beards. It has inherited its horizontal falls from its father "Deltaplane". Strongly ruffled. A real novelty, unique in our collection.
"Memphis Blues" and "Sapphire Hills" gave us this superbly shaped, medium-blue violet iris with tight ruffles on edges. A thin white median stripe extends the discreet light blue beard. Perfect stems and exceptional vigour.
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.
We crossed "Ouragan" and "Yaquina Blue" to obtain this wonderful pure blue, between sky blue and mid-blue. It has huge, strudy round flowers moderately waved. Named best blue variety at the 2005 International Iris Competition at Florence.
Bright and attractive combination: pure yellow standards on light purple falls tinted anilin and decorated with a narrow bronze rim. Orange-yellow beards edged with bronze. Medium-sized flowers and good count of buds.
Gracefully arched white standards pleasantly complement the wide rosy-lavender falls carrying white beards. These huge flowers (12 cm x 16 cm) are well-bodied and have a gently ruffled shape. 8 to 9 buds per stem.
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!
Wide and ruffled bright mid-blue falls with a white centre streaked with the same blue. Tangerine beards and vivid white standards. Sturdy stems and vigorous vegetation. First prize at the competition of Orleans in 1997.
A child of the excellent "Dusky Challenger". It is a rich navy blue (almost exempt from violet). Vigorous grower and often three flowers blooming at the same time. Medium blue beards. RHS Award of Garden Merit in 2000.