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.
Large flowers with pale pink standards and lilac pink falls featuring extremely long coral red beards with lavender pink spurs (in an almost triangular dagger-shape). Long stalks with an average of 8 buds.
From its father, 'Lumarco', it inherited a wonderful delicateness in tone and shape. Boasting standards of pure white, lemon-yellow styles and plicata-like falls with thin light-violet edges. The beard's heart is yellow, the tips white. Good stem with an average of 8 buds.
Upright, light mahogany standards, broad, buttery yellow falls under the copper-orange beards, edged and stippled with coppery red. Fine midline in mahogany. Superb shape, numerous flowers bordered by small frills. Good branching. (Black 2011)
Excellent and unusual colour : copper-brown standards, lighter at their base; deep red-brown falls with yellow-orange beards prolonged with a 1 cm long white line. (Niswonger 1995)
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.