Magnificent offspring of our champion "Ravissant". Totally pure white standards and large pinkish purple falls with a large white heart, contrasting against the orange-yellow beards. Moderate ruffles, excellent branching. Pure, crisp colours. A very decorative flower.
A very appealing Amoena with pure white standards infused with pale apricot as the buds open, and copper-apricot falls. Bright tangerine beards. The falls are vigorous, nearly horizontal and closely ruffled at the edges. Well-balanced strong stems.
Superb descendant of 'Silverado' boasting white flowers of 17 cm in diameter with a hue of light lavender blue. A magnificent shape with nearly horizontal falls almost 10 cm wide. We are extremely pleased to dedicate this so very chic iris to the Château de la Bussière.
Buff-coloured standards with a hint of peach. Falls with a white background edged in the same colour as the standards but peppered light brown to cinnamon. Red-orange beards prolonged with a fine cinnamon toned line. Stands tall with ruffled flowers.
A new and exciting combination of colours! Soft rosy buff standards. Bright pink-purple falls with a large cream centre embellished with a long, thick and bright orange-red beard. Medium-sized flowers harmoniously displayed on perfectly branched stems.
A large, very pure medium blue with very discreet yellow beards. Strongly borne flowers with quite round, well waved falls. The foliage is vigorous and the upright stems carry an average of 8 to 10 buds. Brother of the Cayeux variety "Heure Bleue".
Superb apricot, slightly rosy at the centre of the standards and marginally paler under the beards. Strong flowers have very ruffled edges and the beards are between tangerine and red. Exemplary branching with an average of 9 to 10 buds.
Robust descendant of "Futuriste" and "World Premier". Very pale blue standards and strong indigo-blue falls, fairly discreet yellow beards. Enormous flowers enlivened by strong, ample ruffles. Flowers quite close to the main stem, a characteristic inherited from its parent, "World Premier".
We hesitated for a long time whether to introduce this iris, but lots of iris lovers urged us that we should... So here is an amoena with mid-grey rather than white standards. The golden yellow beards light up the grey of the nearly horizontal falls. Certainly an unusual colour, but original, and would have its place in many a garden. 5 to 6 buds.
A well balanced specimen which will brighten up your garden. Slightly roasted, copper-honeyed tone with orange beards. Excellent branching like its predecessor 'Coup de Soleil'. It features an average of 10 buds, with moderately sized flowers resulting in a harmonious balance.
Sulphur yellow standards and maroon-purple falls with a narrow yellow border. Brassy yellow beards. It produces many compact flowers of moderate size (7 to 10 per stalk) and often 2 to 3 stems per fan. Extremely vigorous growth.
White standards infused with golden yellow at the base, lemon yellow falls with a white area below the bright lemon yellow beard. Superb stems with 3 "branches" carrying 11 to 13 buds on average. Healthy foliage and very prolific. Ideal plant for the garden, lovely soft colour.