Tall Bearded Irises

IRISES FOR SALE - Page 3 (N-Z)
Since we are a smaller grower, most offerings are available in limited quantities and can sell out quickly. Orders are accepted from January 1st to August 31st each year, and will ship from August 1st to September 30th, depending on your region and/or preference. Check back often, as we will be continually adding additional varieties. Enjoy!

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OWYHEE DESERT
Description: White standards with tan falls edged in white. Fragrant
Height: 36"
Category: Plicata
Hybrizer & Year: Pinkston, 1997
Awards: AM 2001, HM 1999
Bloom Time: Mid to Late Season
Historic: No
Price: $8.00 (Currently Unavailable)
PEACH NOID
These are an unconfirmed NO ID “field find.”
Description: Ruffley peach standards and falls with orange beard.
Height: 34"
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Bloom Size: Medium to Large
Price: $5.00 (2 rhizomes)
PINKNOID (Possibly Persian Berry)
Since these are an unconfirmed name“field find” type, they could be Persian Berry or another similar variety.
Description: Gorgeous, large, ruffley. Standards and falls are a beautiful rose/violet pink, w/ orange hafts and beard.
Height: 38"
Bloom Time: Early to Mid Season
Bloom Size: Large
Price: $5.00 (2 rhizomes)
QUEENS CIRCLE
Description: White ruffley blooms with blue edge on falls. Gold beard.
Height: 32"
Category: Bicolor
Hybridizer & Year: Kerr, 2000
Awards: Dyke's Medal 2007, AM 2004, HM 2002, WC 2002
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Mid to Late Season
Price: $6.00
ROLE MODEL
Description: Rose pink to peachy standards with darker dusty pink falls, orange beard.
Height: 36"
Category: Blend
Hybridizer & Year: Denney/Mcwhirter, 1988
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Early to Mid Season
Price: $5.00
RUSTLER
Description: Rich coppery burgundy standards and falls with copper edge.
Height: 37"
Category: Bicolor
Hybridizer & Year: Keppel, 1988
Awards: AM 1992, HM 1990
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Price: $8.00
SCATTERBRAIN
Description: White standards and burgundy streaked falls edged in white. Yellow beard and hafts.
Height: 40"
Category: Ameona
Hybridizer & Year: Johnson, 2008
Awards: AM 2012, HM 2010
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Late season
Price: $8.00
SPLASHACATA
Description: Pale orchid standards with orchid/purple falls.
Height: 35"
Category: Plicata
Hybridizer & Year: Tasco, 1998
Awards: Dyke's Medal 2005, AM 2002, HM 2000
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Price: $7.00
STARRING
Well, from my experience and from what I've heard from others, Starring doesn't fare well in our Texas heat. I would love to try them again some time. They are so beautiful that the one season I had them was well worth it!
Category & Height: Ameona, 33"
Hybridizer & Year: Ghio, 2000
Bloom Time: Mid to Late Season
Price: $XX.00 (Currently Unavailable)
STARWOMAN
Description: Purple plicata with white heart.
Height: 25" (IB)
Category: Plicata
Hybridizer & Year: Smith, M., 1998
Awards: Dykes's Medal 2008, AM 2003, HM 2001
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Price: $6.00
SWERTII
Description: Historic 400 year old iris! Petite, white standards and falls with blue stitching.
Height: 30"
Category: Plicata
Hybridizer & Year: (Collected), 1612
Historic: Yes
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Price: $5.00
TANZANIAN TANGERINE
Description: Deep tangerine with wine stippling on the falls, orange beard.
Height: 38"
Category: Plicata
Hybridizer & Year: Kasperek, 1995
Awards: AM 1999. HM 1997
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Early Mid Season
Price: $7.00
TIGER SHARK
Description: Gold standards with crimson striped falls. Gold beards.
Height: 37"
Category:
Hybridizer & Year: W. Maryott, 1986
Historic: Yes
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Price: $7.00
UPPER HAND
Description: Gold standards with electric violet falls. Gold beards.
Height: 40"
Category:
Hybridizer & Year: Ghio, 2005
Awards:
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Late Season
Price: $7.00
WHITE NOID
These are an unconfirmed name NOID “field find.”
Description: Slighty ruffled classic white standards and falls with yellow beards.
Height: 34"
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Bloom Size: Medium
Price: $5.00 (2 rhizomes)
WILLIAM A SETCHELL "Field Find"
We believe these to be William A Setchell!
Description: Huge classic purple iris. Standards and falls are purple, with brown hafts and yellow beard.
Height: 38"
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Bloom Size: Large
Price: $5.00 for 2 rhizomes
WITH ENVY
Description: Ruffley lemon/key lime green standards and falls with a gold beard.
Height: 35"
Category: Self
Hybridizer & Year: Spears, 2004
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Price: $5.00
WITH FRIENDS
Description: Lavender and purple streaked with a yellow beard.
Height: 29"
Category:
Hybridizer & Year: Christopherson, 2004
Category: Luminata
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Early to Mid Season
Price: $5.00
YELLOW NOID
These are an unconfirmed name NO ID "field find."
Description: Lemon yellow standards and falls, with brown veining and orange/gold beard.
Height: 34"
Bloom Time: Mid to Late Season
Bloom Size: Small to Medium
Price: $5.00 (2 rhizomes)
YUPPY PUPPY
Description: Purple/violet standards and falls with gold hafts. Space Age
Height: 36"
Category: Self
Hybridizer & Year: Burseen, 2008
Awards: HM 2012
Historic: No
Bloom Time: Mid Season
Price: $5.00
Iris Basics: Tall Bearded Irises are beautiful and hardy, and will grow year after year with little maintenance on your part. They bloom in the Spring (and sometimes in late Summer and/or Fall for Rebloomers), and have attractive spikey foliage the remainder of the year. Irises prefer full sun and are very drought-tolerate. Like many Iris lovers, my collection started with a neighbor, asking "would you like some irises?" Irises spread easily and before long, you will have plenty to separate and place around your garden or share with friends, neighbors and family.
Planting Tips: Tall Bearded Irises prefer full sun, but will bloom with about a half day sun if full sun is not available. A neutral Ph soil is best but they will grow in just about any well draining soil. You will receive freshly dug and washed rhizomes with a trimmed fan of green leaves. Plant the rhizome with the top either just barely below the surface of the soil or even with the top of the soil, with the green fan up. ln cold climates it is preferable to plant them a little deeper, no more that an inch deep. Water them well to get the roots started and then occasionally if needed. Once they are established they will need little watering, and most likely your normal rainfall will be sufficient.
What is a "Field Find?": Our "field finds" are unidentified irises that we have collected over the years, either as gifts from friends and neighbors, dug up from old homesteads (with permission, of course!), found growing on our farm property, or literally dumped by the curb in an empty field. There are so many varieties of tall bearded irises that it would be difficult to positively identify them, but they are still too beautiful and special not to share.


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