Standard Dwarf Bearded
These Iris grow 8-15" tall and bloom here from early May to early June. They quickly form clumps and have many colours not often seen in other types. They do well in borders and rock gardens and tolerate shade better than the taller plants. Top award is the Cook Douglas Medal (CD).
Sold Out $8.00 AHWAHNEE PRINCESS (G Sutton 2004) EM & reL 12" Pale orient pink; beards wistaria blue, soft orange in throat. HM 2006
Sold Out $9.00 AMBITIOUS ONE (T Johnson 2013) 12" E
S. light yellow-green flushed deeper yellow in center, fine violet plicata ground petal edges and up midribs; style arms medium purple; F. white ground with yellow wash, violet plicata at hafts, fall petal reverse is yellow-green; beards orange in throat progressing to white at end, violet hair tips; musky fragrance .
$6.50 AUTUMN EMBERS ‘96 12" M & Re. A dusty dep yellow with red-brown spot on falls and line from beard to edge of falls. Reblooms in late fall but earlier then most SDB. (Sunstrip X Triplicate)
$8.50 AUTUMN MAPLE (John Weile 1996) 11" (28 cm), EM & RE
S. medium pinkish orange; F. slightly darker; beards dark orange; slight sweet fragrance. )
$7.00 AZURE LIKE IT (Larry Lauer, R. 2005) 13.5" EM
S. wisteria blue luminata wash overall; style arms wisteria blue; F. white, wisteria blue luminata wash extending downward, white area around beard; beards white, tangerine orange in throat; ruffled; slight sweet fragrance.