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African Iris

African Iris (Dietes iridioides)

One of the most versatile plants around and a great plant for beginning gardeners. This African native can tolerate virtually any soil conditions from drought to moist soil found at the water’s edge. Requires little maintenance to maintain a neat appearance. Just remove faded…

African Iris

African Iris (Dietes vegeta)

One of the most versatile plants around and a great plant for beginning gardeners. This African native can tolerate virtually any soil conditions from drought to moist soil found at the water’s edge. Requires little maintenance to maintain a neat appearance. Just remove faded…

African Iris

African Iris (Moraea vegeta)

One of the most versatile plants around and a great plant for beginning gardeners. This African native can tolerate virtually any soil conditions from drought to moist soil found at the water’s edge. Requires little maintenance to maintain a neat appearance. Just remove faded…

Annual Iris

Annual Iris (Iris hybrid)

Iris are easily recognized by their unique flower form and distinctive sword-like foliage. The name "Iris" comes from the Greek word for rainbow. In Greek mythology the goddess, Iris, was said to travel on rainbows delivering messages between the gods and the earthly world.

Bearded Iris, German Iris

Bearded Iris, German Iris (Iris germanica)

Large petals create floral artistry of curves and color atop tall, sturdy stems. The germanica species does best in dry, sunny locations. A gorgeous choice for bringing a burst of drama to the garden or a vase.

Black Iris

Black Iris (Iris chrysographes)

Velvety blooms in deep shades of purple to pure black are sure to be a center of attention. This species is native to Asia where it grows on hills, in meadows, and near streams. A fun selection for creative gardeners who enjoy experimenting with unique flower and foliage colors.

Dwarf Arctic Iris

Dwarf Arctic Iris (Iris setosa var. arctica)

Iris setosa varieties have simpler, but no less beautiful blooms, than more well known bearded iris. The subspecies arctica is a dwarf of Iris setosa, making it perfect for bringing the wonderful color and form of Iris to smaller gardens or for edging the front of larger ones.

Dwarf Iris, Buttercup Iris

Dwarf Iris, Buttercup Iris (Iris danfordiae)

Beautiful broad-petalled, golden yellow flowers in early spring. The foliage adds texture and interest to the landscape all year long. Compact and floriferous for a tidy and colorful display.

Dwarf Iris, Reticulated Iris

Dwarf Iris, Reticulated Iris (Iris reticulata)

This fragrant selection provides beautiful flowers set amongst strap-like foliage in early spring. This native of Turkey and Iran thrives when planted to receive spring rainfall, but have fairly dry roots the rest of the year.

Giant Iris, Walking Iris

Giant Iris, Walking Iris 'Regina' (Neomarica caerulea)

A Brazilian native plant and “cousin” to North American Iris species. The fragrant flowers last for only a day but are produced over a long season. After flowering a small plantlet grows at the end of the stem. The weight of the growing plantlet gradually causes the stem to bend…