The blues with red beards are not numerous that is why we do like this one common from the good PAUL BLACK. Standards and falls mid blue-violet lighten by the bright red-orange beards. Moderately ruffled and great stalks.
Amply ruffled white standards, blue-violet falls slightly paler under the orange beards. It has inherited the perfect form of his mother : GYPSY LORD. 8 buds on average. This is an honour for us to named this new Cayeux’s iris after the prestigious castle of Ussé on the river Loire.
This is the result of the search for perfection in blue-red bearded irises. It is a pure light blue with orange-red beards. In addition to the purity of the colour, its growth habits, shape of the flowers and count of buds are excellent. Prizewinner at the American Convention and the Florence International Iris Competition in 1998.
Like a cloud in a clear blue sky. White standards and light blue falls with discreet white beards. Imposing flowers (12 cm x 18 cm) well-proportioned to the strong foliage and the sturdy stems. An average of 8 to 9 buds.
Pure upright white standards and white falls with distinctive 10 mm columbine blue band . Very prominent golden yellow beards. Falls lightly flared. 3 to 4 well-spaced branches carry 7 to 9 buds. Excellent son of the Dykes medallist ‘Gypsy Lord’ . (Keppel 2010)