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Iris hybrid (Bearded)

The most widely grown irises fall into the bearded group. More than a century of breeding has produced...

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Iris hybrid (Cal-Sibe)

Cal-Sibe hybrid

These hybrids between Sino-Siberian iris hybrids and Pacific Coast iris hybrids look most like the fir...

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Iris hybrid (English)

The species (I. latifolia) from which named selections were made is native to the Pyrenees, w...

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Iris hybrid (Louisiana)

Louisiana Hybrids

Graceful, flattish blossoms on stems 2–5 ft. tall, are carried above and among leaves that are l...

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Iris hybrid (Miniature Tall Bearded)

Miniature Tall Bearded Iris

These grow to 15–28 in. high and flower with tall beardeds, usualy in May. Their small flowers a...

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Iris hybrid (Pacific Coast)

Pacific Coast Iris

Eleven species native to the Pacific Coast states constitute a homogeneous group within the genus ...

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Siberian iris ‘Caesar’s Brother’

Iris hybrid (Siberian)

Siberian Iris

The most widely sold members of this group are named hybrids derived from I. sibirica and

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Iris hybrid (Sino-Siberian)

Sino-Siberian iris hybrids

Specialists may offer various Sino-Siberian species. Most feature drooping falls and erect to flaring ...

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Spuria iris

Iris hybrid (Spuria)

Spuria hybrids

Named for I. spuria, this group is mostly bred from I. orientalis (I. ochroleuca...

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Iris hybrid (Standard Dwarf Bearded)

Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris

Most grow 8–15 in. high. Flowers and plants are larger than miniature dwarf bearded irises. Bloo...

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Bearded iris

Iris hybrid (Tall Bearded)

Tall Bearded Iris

Among the choicest perennials for borders, massing, and cutting. Easy to grow. Midspring flowers, on b...

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Iris missouriensis

Western Blue Flag

Native to 2,000–12,000-ft. elevations from western Nebraska and the Dakotas into the Sierra Neva...

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