Heralding in spring are the distinctive dwarf bearded Iris, Often times referred to as the dwarf version of the Tall Bearded Iris. Dwarf Iris is one of the earliest Iris to bloom, flowering here in April and May Fall is one of the best times for planting for better flowering performance in the spring.
'Baby Blessed' 10"
Light yellow with small white spot on falls. Cream beard. Very dependable rebloom.
'Jewel Baby' 12"
Dark purple self with mid-violet beard, slightly spicy fragrance. Good later fall rebloom.
'Smell the Roses' 13"
Medium violet-blue, deeper at hafts. Much lighter violet area around beard. Pronounced sweet fragrance.
Beardless. Unlike the Bearded Iris, the Japanese Iris has a flat bloom, the leaves are narrower, and the rhizomes are smaller and more compact. They delight in water when in bloom, but not at other times of the year 23 fan division.
ensata 'Henry's White' 36" early summer
Pure white selection.