A symphony of unusual tones: lilac-white standards, mid-fuchsia falls and almost fluorescent beards between orange and red which bring a very luminous touch. Balanced stem, flowers well borne and moderately waved.
White standards infused with soft yellow at their base. White falls overlaid at the top with a soft butter yellow pattern. Orange yellow beards. 6 to 8 broad ruffled flowers on well-branched stalks. Very vigorous, forming quickly large and decorative clumps.
Creamy yellow standards, blushed yellow up midribs. Very wide wine red falls with a creamy white border and light gold beards . Prolific variety . Nicely branched stalks with up to 11 buds . (Johnson 2014)
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.
Ivory standards covered with lavender except for the thin pale yellow edges. Falls are marbled and washed with darker lavender and have a delicate white edging and veining, typical of the 'luminata'. Heart and beards are creamy white. Ruffled, very full flowers.
Though it is not one of the most original iris, it is certainly one of the most refined. It has white standards and almost horizontal falls, white with a neat and thin deep blue edge. Orange beards, ending clear yellow. Gracefully ruffled.
New and truly interesting yellow: lemon yellow with bright and vivid red-orange beards on a small paler area. Ruffled and laced flowers.
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.