Zoltar
11.00 11.00 11.0 USD
ZOLTAR (T. Johnson ’18)
SDB Late 11” (30cm)
Deep purple standards, near black falls with brilliant Yellow to slightly orange beards. Dramatic!!
Sdlg. TG322A: Sib to Kay.
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Zipped Up
17.00 17.00 17.0 USD
ZIPPED UP (L. Miller ’20)
MTB Late 17” (43cm)
Standards, styles and Falls all have white ground heavily dotted and striped deep purple-violet. Lightly ruffled! Showy!
Sdlg 6414C (Garden Imp x Survivor) X Garden Imp
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Zip Zing Zowie
60.00 60.00 60.0 USD
ZIP ZING ZOWIE (P. Black '21)
TB Early-Midseason 35” (89cm)
Your head spins round with the whirlwind of colors of this broken color type. White standards are randomly splashed light lilac and tan. Fall centers are white blended outward to mid yellow and narrowly edged white and then randomly streaked, splashed, veined and mottled varying shades of vibrant red plum. You won’t miss seeing these wildly colorful flowers. Three well-spaced branches produce 7-8 buds.
Sdlg. Y115A: I Broke It X V24C: (Variegated Wonder x Die Laughing).
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Zip The Moon
55.00 55.00 55.0 USD
ZIP THE MOON (Blyth ’21)
TB Mid 38” (96cm)
A near amoena. Standards are white with cream shading at midribs. Styles are lemon yellow and noticeable. Falls are rich golden yellow. Beards are vivid tangerine. Gorgeous in the garden including some show stems. A break through in colour patterns and it took Iris from Ghio, Keppel and Blyth to do it. It has been difficult to have a tangerine beard on a yellow amoena, always it was a yellow beard. The genetic link has been broken after 50 years of trying.
Sdlg Z25-A: Jubilance X Emblematic.
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Zig Zag
25.00 25.00 25.0 USD
ZIG ZAG (T. Johnson ’21)
SDB Late 12” (30.5cm)
Two things immediately come to mind when I think of this flower: the brilliant beard and the wonderful wide, round and ruffled form. It could be described as a rimmed broken color plicata. A very interesting mix of several patterns in one. I have used it heavily in breeding. Zig Zag is one of many iris to be introduced out of the fantastic parent Alaia.
Sdlg TK282B: Stylish Miss X Alaia.
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Your Turn
30.00 30.00 30.0 USD
YOUR TURN (P. Black '21)
IB (tet) Midseason-Late 26” (66cm)
These more simply formed purple black flowers are born in great abundance from healthy clumps. Elaborately branched stalks composed of a main stalk and two basal branches produce 15-18 flowers. The garden impact is one of exuberance.
Sdlg. Y201A: To the Contrary X Night Spirit.
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You're The One
22.00 22.00 22.0 USD
YOUR’RE THE ONE (T. Johnson ’19)
TB Late 38” (97cm)
Sweetly scented. We have been working on blue bearded pinks for quite some time. Continually working on getting the beard a more saturated blue. We really like YOU’RE THE ONE. Standards are a light lavender pink. Falls are a very light pink to almost white, deepening to a light pink rim. Beards are coral pink in the throat and frosted lavender at the end. Strong growth on nice show stems carrying 9 buds. Beautiful and elegant!!
Sdlg. TH127A: Hold Me Now X Those Violet Eyes.
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You're A Mess
34.00 34.00 34.0 USD
YOU'RE A MESS (P. Black ‘20)
TB Early-Midseason 31” (79cm)
Here’s another of my genetic broken color types with strong growth and well- branched and budded stalks. Mid mulberry standards have limited random palest violet splashes. Falls have random streaks and splashes of mid mulberry and palest violet. Hafts are streaked plum and tan. Flowers are nicely ruffled and have a sweet fragrance. Show stalks have 2-3 branches and 7-9 buds. A more subtle broken color.
Sdlg. Y113B: I’m Not Stable sib
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You Flirt
18.00 18.00 18.0 USD
YOU FLIRT (T. Johnson ’18)
TB Late 36” (91cm)
Light yellow standards are lighter on the edge. Falls are rich burgundy with a narrow lemon yellow edge. The nicely ruffled forms shows the lemon yellow reverse on the petals adding to the effect.
Sdlg. TF34B: Catwalk Queen X Risk Taker.
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You Can Dance
55.00 55.00 55.0 USD
YOU CAN DANCE (Blyth ’21)
TB Early-Mid 36” (91cm)
Standards are shaded from near white to soft rosy pink at the midribs. Falls are shaded from pale pink, deepening to soft rose pink and again lightening below the tangerine beards. The reverse of the falls shows well with the ruffles and is near white to soft rose pink. Good grower with good garden traits. Should be an interesting parent as Valley of Dreams has given an abundance of worthy children.
Sdlg: Y105-A: sib to Impressed pollen parent
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You Belong To Me
16.00 16.00 16.0 USD
YOU BELONG TO ME (P. Black ‘18)
TB Midseason-Late 36” (91cm)
Clumps of this lovely iris are filled with show stalks having 3 branches and sometimes a rebranch with 10-12 buds. It is being used to breed pink and yellows with blue beards.
Sdlg. V111D: Fred and Ginger X (Wicked Good sib x Giorgio sib)
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Yodel
11.00 11.00 11.0 USD
YODEL (T. Johnson ’18)
SDB Late 10” (25cm)
Medium purple self with huge black fall spot. Lighter lavender beards tipped black. Very showy color combo. Shocking colors!
Sdlg. TG350C: ((Reverse sib to Golden Ring x sib to Golden Ring) x Eye of the Tiger) X Parade Lap.
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Yoda
7.00 7.00 7.0 USD
YODA (B. Blyth '12)
SDB Very Early 12" (30 cm)
Gold standards. Rose wine falls with blue violet beards. Fun color. Photos courtesy of Katja Woidacki.
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Yes I Can
10.00 10.00 10.0 USD
YES I CAN (P. Black ‘18)
MDB Early-Midseason 6” (15cm)
It makes a lovely carpet of cute black cherry flowers.
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Wrap Her Up
55.00 55.00 55.0 USD
WRAP HER UP (T. Johnson ’21)
TB Late 36” (91cm)
Apricot to salmon pink standards with a rosy lavender flush up the midrib. Falls are a rich magenta rose that is very clean with a nice ruffled edge and red orange beards. Wrap Her Up is a very clean bicolor and we think much prettier than the photo depicts. With very pretty show stems, Wrap Her Up makes a very elegant show near the end of the season.
Sdlg TJ159D: (Poster Girl x Cameo Minx) X Highly Classified.
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Wowzie
15.00 15.00 15.0 USD
WOWZIE (T. Johnson ’20)
SDB Midseason-Late 13” (33cm)
Medium sky blue self with large deep indigo blue eyelash spot on Falls. Beards are cream with yellow hair tips. WOWZIE has been a garden favorite since its maiden bloom. Outstanding!
Sdlg TJ22B DANCING AROUND X TH193A:(TE116A:(RIVETING x CAPICHE) x TD202A:(TA121D:(GOLDEN RING SIB) x EASY DOES IT))
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Wow Gee Whiz
25.00 25.00 25.0 USD
WOW GEE WHIZ (P. Black 21)
SDB 15” (38cm)
It is amazing to have three prime selections from the same cross. This luminata plicata has old gold standards washed darker brass overall and interesting green midribs. Mid gold styles lead to bold yellow luminata type fall spots that have light tan plicata markings becoming mid cinnamon toward edges. The lower half of fall is dark mahogany with a gilt gold rim. The big burnt orange beards will make you go ‘Wow Gee Whiz’. Great from a distance or up close. Strong growth.
Sdlg. Z190H, Flying Monkey sib
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Woven Sunlight
9.00 9.00 9.0 USD
WOVEN SUNLIGHT (B. Blyth ’15)
TB Midseason 34" (86 cm)
Butter yellow with falls having a webbed netting of light brown. Unique and bright.
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Woody Woodpecker
10.00 10.00 10.0 USD
WOODY WOODPECKER (T. Johnson ’18)
SDB Midseason 12” (31cm)
Light lavender to Mauve with large red fall spot. Enormous, fuzzy bright yellow orange beards.
Walther Cup 2021
Sdlg. TH185A: Parade Lap X (sib to Golden Ring x Capiche)
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Wonders Never Cease
8.00 8.00 8.0 USD
WONDERS NEVER CEASE (P. Black '07)
TB Early-Midseason 40" (102 cm)
Check out this fantastic sibling to Thundering Ovation. In written description they sound similar but in fact they are so very different. Standards are cream narrowly edged in soft gold lace. Very fine greenish gold veins radiate up and out from the midribs. The upper third of the fall is white covered with a fine network of wine sanded and dotted veins. The lower two-thirds is medium yellow-gold with veins becoming darker brick red, then heavier brick red wash. This terminates in a startling quarter inch pie-crust ruffled band encircling the falls. This is one of my favorite flowers. Placement of the flowers is a bit unusual. Well-spaced branches tend to elongate too much causing the flowers to end up on a diagonal plane toward the top of the stalks. You definitely won't mistake WONDERS NEVER CEASE for any other iris. Each year it has been a joy to see.
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