Special 2021 Shipping: We will ship Japanese Iris from August through October, all other iris can also be shipped in spring. I f you order Siberian, Pseudata or Species for Spring and pay the shipping charge, you may include Japanese on the same order: we will split into 2 orders and ship the Japanese later with no additional shipping charge.
Bog Plants, Species Iris and Species Crosses
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Iris pseudacorus The water loving 'yellow flag' from Europe. 3 to 6'. Also does well in ordinary garden soil if you water regularly when needed. Can grow in shallow water.
|Gubijin||$10.00||(Shimizu) A special yellow I. pseudacorus: the mother of those wonderful pseudatas from Japan|
|Jin Yu||$8.00||(Jill Copeland 06) I. maackii. Light yellow self.|
|Krill||$6.00||(Jill Copeland 03) Light yellow with red stitched signal. Signa Founders Medal 08|
Inter species crosses with I. pseudacorus Grandchildren of the yellow flag, the ancestry is still mysterious. All are interesting flowers with fascinating line patterns in the petals.
Pseudatas: I. pseudacorus crossed with Japanese Iris (I. ensata) These interesting flowers now have their own page. To view the page of Pseudatas, click on the title word of this paragraph.
|Kinshiko, a pseudata|
Iris versicolor / virginica. The native northern and southern 'blue flags' that grow in shallow water and along the edge of streams. Branched stems bloom at about 20-30" if grown well in moist, organic rich soil. Hybrids of the two are called robusta.
|Asian Alliance||Dark Aura||For Jay|
|Asian Alliance||$6.00||(Horinaka/Witt 88) a versicolor x laevigata. 3F. 24". Falls medium red-violet; tall standards lighter red-violet; yellow spear signal|
|Dark Aura||$6.00||(Hewitt 96) Robusta. 36". Large, dark red-violet blooms on black-purple stems! Purple foliage in spring!|
|For Jay||$10.00||(Copeland 03) a robusta. 6- 8 buds. Violet stds, dk violet falls, yellow signal and white halo with purple veins|
|John Wood||North To South||Simply Cute||Wooly Bully|
|John Wood||$6.00||(Wood 98) versicolor. Deep red-violet, gold and white signal; stems shaded purple|
|North To South||$10.00||(Copeland, Jill 2020) Northern Iris setosa crossed with Southern Iris virginica ! Blue-violet flowers on 30" branched stalks.|
|Simply Cute||$6.00||(Copeland, Jill 15) Short biversata of velvety red violet, white styles|
|Wooly Bully||$6.00||(Jill Copeland 06) Robusta. Vigorous blue purple self, lighter standards, gold signal|
|Michigan Belle||Michigan In Dallas|
|Michigan Belle||$8.00||(Jill Copeland 07) Nice violet Louisiana iris that does well in our zone 5 climate|
|Michigan In Dallas||Sold Out||(Jill Copeland 17) Louisiana Iris. 32" Deep blue purple self, striking yellow signals|
|Main Catalog Index|
|Japanese Iris||Siberian Iris|
|Ensata Gardens catalog|