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Iris 'Kent Pride' Iris 'Kent Pride'

Among our thousands of plant accessions, tall bearded iris are represented by just a single plant - Iris 'Kent Pride'.  This outlier in our collections strategy is sited in one of the choicest spots in the dry garden because it is a stunner.  Rich chestnut-red standards with the same overlaid on yellow around a white blaze on the falls - so good!

Price: $25.00
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Iris sibirica 'Scramble' Iris 'Scramble'

We are pleased to be the first to introduce this excellent Sibirica Iris to North America. We were visiting John Grimshaw, plantsman extraordinaire and Director of the Yorkshire Arboretum, and walking about his home garden when he asked if we would like a bit of an Iris he had named with lovely scrambled egg flowers of yellow and cream. We said yes, of course because while we might be comparatively brutish colonists, we ain't without a certain native wit. Very floriferous on a shorter plant with flowers well-displayed.

Price: $30.00
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Iris barbatula MD97 Iris barbatula ex Yunnan

We collected this in 1997 on the Tibetan Plateau near Zhongdian in an area of Tibetan open range. The early October withered, deciduous leaves and dried seed pods shrieked Iris!  Eventual flowers confirmed the species, first described in 1995.  Thin leaves and basal gorgeous flowers. Young plants.

Price: $18.00
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Iris cristata 'Abbey's Violet' Iris cristata 'Abbey's Violet'

One of the darkest of the cristata selections, the violet-blue petals are made to appear even darker by the little thumbprint of yellow and white at their bases.  A small but mighty little woodland creeper which would revel in bright shade or morning sun.  The thin rhizomes trundle along on the surface and are plenty hardy so don't bury them in mulch!

Price: $15.00
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Iris cristata 'Powder Blue Giant' Iris cristata 'Powder Blue Giant'

We have long affection for all the forms of the dwarf Iris cristata which is an east coast native and with Powder Blue Giant our affections sometimes manifest themselves in PDA's such as stroking the large medium blue flowers and oohing.  Deciduous carpeter.  A real sweety.

Price: $15.00
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Iris dabieshanensis - Clone #1 Iris dabashanense - Clone #1

Very rare collectible and delectable Iris from China introduced by Darrell Probst. This particular clone has slightly larger flowers that are white without any blue shading.  Makes an evergreen fine grassy mound.  Best in light shade or part sun.  Slow growing and totally rules when mature.

Price: $25.00
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Iris dabieshanensis - Clone #2 Iris dabashanense - Clone #2

This clone of this fabulous Iris introduced by Darrell Probst is one of our favorite plants of all time.  Very fine grassy foliage making a large lax dense mound that is festooned with small white jewels of flowers.  It won't happen overnight, but give this a few years and you will have some serious bragging rights.  Not that we ever concern ourselves with things like that...

Price: $25.00
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Iris domestica (syn. Belamcanda chinensis) MD15-98 Iris domestica (syn. Belamcanda chinensis) MD 15-98

Blackberry Lily. Our collection of this extremely widespread Asian species which not only has attractive deep orange flowers that are overlaid in a plethora of red spots but also the seed is curiously attractive looking for all the world like a large blackberry. This has wide application in traditional Chinese medicine and our collection is likely an escapee from the local mountain village.

Price: $16.00
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Iris gracilipes 'Buko Form' Iris gracilipes 'Buko Form'

Primo little collector's Iris with charming white flowers - smaller than the more frequently encountered 'Alba' - over dense mounds of fine-bladed foliage. It's graceful appearance hides a tough core and an implacable perseverance that has kept it in our collection for over two decades.   A Japanese deciduous species preferring light shade or part sun.  This is a good one.

Price: $25.00
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Iris hookeri Iris hookeri

Found growing along coastal Maine and up the eastern Canadian seaboard, this was known as the dwarf form of I. setosa but is now regarded as a distinct species.  Favoring moist places but adapting very well to average garden conditions, this is best described in the most rigorous of botanical terms as "Cute".  Very hardy.

Price: $14.00
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Iris lactea Iris lactea

Seed-grown from a collection by Daniel Winkler near Chonye on the Tibetan Plateau.  Widely distributed in Asia and throughout the various 'stans, this remains oddly rare in commerce and is not often cultivated.  Thanks to Fran Hawk for flowering and identifying this collection before ours bloomed!  Narrow pale lavender tinted falls with soft blue-ish standards.

Price: $18.00
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Iris lazica Iris lazica

A lesser-known relative of Iris unguicularis. This Turkish species while it blooms a bit later than it's famed cousin, is still early enough to be immensely gratifying plus it has hands down far more attractive evergreen foliage than I. unguicularis.  Easy with drainage.

Price: $18.00
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Iris macrosiphon Iris macrosiphon

Young plants from seed collected in Mendocino County by botanist Alex Wright.  This species has the all the charms inherent to Pacific Coast Iris along with their legendary variability in color among populations.  This was not seen in flower but we can pin it down for you.  Blue, cream, white or yellow and shades between.

Price: $15.00
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Iris PCH 'Broadleigh Rose' Iris PCH 'Broadleigh Rose'

The nerve of the English making Pacific Coast Hybrid Iris selections!  But we 'll let it go this time because this is a winner.  Falls the color of antique rose with nice venation and yellow thumbprint with subtle falls of the aged pink so often found in grandma;s house.  Vigorous and sturdy evergreen.

Price: $15.00
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Iris PCH 'Endless' Iris PCH 'Endless'

This Pacific Coast hybrid Iris from a 1985 Ghio introduction has indeed provided endless enjoyment since its release. Eye-catching without stridency, the three broad falls have a rich dark berry thumbprint at their base transitioning to a good rose color at fall's end.  The prominent upright style crest on each fall is a light rose while the smaller sepals separate the richly colored falls with the color of old bone shot with red veins.

Price: $15.00
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Iris ruthenica 'Nana' Iris ruthenica 'Nana'

This is a choice little dwarf species from China of which we never have enough.  Perfect lavender-blue flowers just a few inches high over densly clumping short foliage.  This is one tough baby Iris as Sue brought this out from her garden in northern Vermont.  Deciduous.

Price: $15.00
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Iris sibirica 'Devil's Dream' Iris sibirica 'Devil's Dream'

Rich purple flowers of a color more suited to the dreams of the Pope than the Devil, unless of course the Devil is dreaming of someday wearing those rich purple robes of the Pope, in which case it is appropriately named.  Just speculation.  Great color anyway.

Price: $15.00
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Iris sp. CDHM 14571 Iris sp. CDHM 14571

Seed collected at 3200 meters in Sichuan in an open grazed small meadow area adjoining low scrub. Tightly clumping, deciduous and allied to Iris japonica but is something totally new. Small blue flowers are laddered down the stems in the leaf axils.  This has baffled some of the top authorities on Chinese Iris both here in the US and in the UK

Price: $45.00
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Iris unguicularis 'Eye Eye' Iris unguicularis 'Eye Eye'

A very good selection of Winter Iris - the species can start flowering in February here for us and at that time of the year, even the worst selection looks mighty fine but this one is truly worthy.  Blue standards - the central upright petals - and blue falls - the large lower petals - that carry a broad white blotch with fine blue lines.

Price: $25.00
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Iris unguicularis 'Ginny Hunt' Iris unguicularis 'Ginny Hunt'

This is a fine form of the Algerian Iris that we got from our bud, Sean Hogan.  This has larger flowers than typical being 3-4 inches across and of a good blue-lavender with a narrow strip of yellow on the falls which is feathered on each side by white.  A winter bloomer which is critical here in the Northwest.

Price: $18.00
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