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Iris pallida

Orris

From southern Europe, this 4-ft.-tall rhizomatous iris has branching stems and blue flowers with a yel...

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Iris pseudacorus

Yellow Flag

Native to Western Europe and North Africa, but naturalized in eastern North America and the Pacific No...

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Iris reticulata

Violet-Scented Iris

Native to the Caucasus. These are classic rock garden and container plants, with 2–3-in. violet ...

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Iris tectorum (photo courtesy of Jerry Pavia)

Iris tectorum

Roof Iris

Native to Japan, where it is planted on cottage roofs. Foliage fans to 1 ft. high look like those of b...

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Iris versicolor

Iris versicolor

Blue flag

Looks something like Siberian iris, with 1 1/2–4-ft., grassy foliage; narrow leaves are thicker ...

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Iris x hollandica (Dutch iris)

Iris x hollandica

Dutch Iris

The Dutch iris grows from a bulb. Beautifully formed flowers rise to 2 ft. on slender stems that emerg...

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Ischyrolepis subverticillata

Ischyrolepis subverticillata

Broom Restio

Resembling a big, clumping horsetail (Equisetum hyemale), this reedlike South African plant c...

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Isolepis cernua (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Isolepis cernua

Fiber Optics Plant

A 6–10-in. bundle of tiny green fiber optic cables would make an uncanny likeness of this sedge....

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Itea virginica ‘Scarlet Beauty’ (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Itea virginica

Sweetspire

Native to the eastern United States. Grows to 3–15 ft. tall, spreading by suckers to form large ...

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Ixia hybrids

Hybrids derived primarily from South African native Ixia maculata. Clumps of narrow, almost g...

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Ixiolirion tataricum

Ixiolirion tataricum

From Asia Minor to central Siberia. Wiry, 12–16-in. stems rise from a clump of narrow gray-green...

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