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).
Bright clean white standards and wide pansy violet falls. White heart streaked violet and lit up with a liminous orange-red beard. Excellent stems. Sixth prize at the American Convention in 1998. One of our best creations.
Recent deep navy blue with shining yellow beards. It produces many ruffled flowers, each stem consistently yielding 8 to 10 buds. In addition, it can bloom again later in the summer or beginning of autumn.
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.