A tall and most elegant son of 'Paul Black' and 'Saturn'. Bright, medium-purple standards and dark purple, almost black falls. Thick orange-red beards stand out against the black falls. 3 to 4 branches carrying on average 10-12 buds. Spectacular and robust!
This historic variety (a descendent of "Dalmatica") features light to mid tones of lavender, lighter around the white, golden-tipped beards. Flowers are larger than the Iris Pallida's, and quite charming.
Here is the superb descendant of our excellent "Noctambule". Yellow standards with slightly amber edges stand above the plum-violet falls with their orange beards framed of bright-yellow, which creates a lively and vivid effect. The magnificent low branching stalks carry an average of 8 buds.
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).
Salmon pink standards on pinkish purple falls. Bright orange-red beards on a paler zone. Tall and well-branched stems. Another interesting characteristic: it blooms late.
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).
As warm as the south of Spain: bright and pure yellow standards and velvety red falls. Extremely clean contrast and exceptionally vigourous. RHS Award of Garden Merit 2006.
Warm butter yellow standards, burgundy red falls lighter around the discreet orange beards. A reliable long-flowerer, it brings a new contrast to the category variegata. Easy to propagate.