A dwarf bearded iris with sword-like narrow green leaves and stems of yellow flowers, with green veining and purple in the centre. Prefers a well-drained position.
Iris ‘Gingerbread Man’
A short iris with bronzy gold flowers and lilac-blue hairs on the falls in midsummer.
Iris ‘Jane Phillips’
Lovely tall, pale blue border iris in May and June. An old garden favourite.
Iris pallida ‘Argentea Variegata’
Broad grey-green leaves with silver-white variegation, stems of soft blue flowers from late spring to early summer.
Iris reticulata ‘Pixie’
Large, scented blue flowers in late winter-early spring. Prefers to be planted deep, in well drained soil.
Striking flowers, almost orchid-like. Stripy purple and white falls, with speckled yellow standards in midsummer. Prefers well drained soil.
For the Francophiles, the name can be said with relish as you show it to someone in your garden! Deepest maroon flowers on shortish stems in May. Prefers well-drained soil.