Large, elegant sun-loving blooms appear on strong stalks for a short but showy season.
They gently spread from rhizomes and can be divided easily in the fall.
Some varieties rebloom.
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.
Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.
Top award winner as the best rebloomer.
Light lemon blossoms.
Very early bloomer.
Blueberry standards, buttery gold to copper falls rimmed in blue and fuzzy blue beards.
One of the earliest bloomers.
Rebloomer with first early season.
Pale blue standards with deep blue falls.
Early to Mid season rebloomer with bright orange color and fragrant mid-size blooms.
Creamy white falls and golden yellow edges.
Canary yellow standards.
Dark Blue to dark violet blooms.
Closest to near black that you will find in the industry.