Quite an elegant son of "Crowned Heads". Deep blue-violet standards with a large clear blue border, pure white falls tinted blue-violet near the creamy white beards. Eight big, heavily ruffled and magnificent flowers per stem.
Canary yellow standards , horizontal chestnut or mahogany falls with golden yellow beards, sometimes extended by a small white spur. Very good stems, good substance and long flowering . 8 buds . (Cayeux Seedling 10 45 A)
Yellow melting into light brown: amber-yellow standards infused with brown tones at the base, slightly less intense yellow falls with light-brown borders. Beards are golden orange. Superb low branching stalks with 10 to 11 buds on average.
From crosses made by Paul Black in Australia. White standards infused with acid yellow at their base, acid yellow falls with a thin white border and fine, clear veining. Orange yellow beards. Sturdy plant, flowers are prettily frilled. (Black 2012)
Entirely new: large flowers with pale blue standards and greenish yellow falls. Orange beards. A very unusual contrast similar in style to the standard dwarf "Real Coquette". Very attractive and easy to place in mixed borders. Late and prolific flowering. (9 buds per stem).
Imagine pure white standards, honey-yellow falls and vivid bright tangerine beards and you will understand our enthusiam fot this unique Australian amoena. In addition, good growth and stalks.
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.