Icy white-violet standards, purple falls darker at their center and with a pretty and narrow pale lavender border. Beards brown in throat ending blue. Strongly ruffled, perfect form and 8 to 9 buds on average.
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.
This variety shows a nice blending of sky blue and ivory tones. It has creamy white standards and white falls with mid-blue streaks and paler blue wash. The beards are white tipped yellow. "Seakist" blooms late and is very floriferous.
Rosy violet standards, white showing in centre. White falls dotted and banded with rosy violet. White beards tipped with violet. Moderately ruffled flowers, nicely shaped. Extremely vigorous, it increases very fast because ot its reflowering character (it often blooms again in October).
Interesting and very unusual colour contrast between the pale blue standards and the bluish-black velvety falls. Black-purple beards tipped yellow. This very recent iris (introduced in the USA in 2004) has strong stalks and propagates very quickly.
Standards between blue-white and azure blue, velvety deep violet falls slightly paler on edges . Strong burnt orange beards. Large flowers and good contrast.
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.