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Gardener's Guide

IRIS- MISCELLANEOUS

IRIS- MISCELLANEOUS

IRIS- MISCELLANEOUS

 The juno iris look rather like asmall flowering leek with yellow and white flowers between the leaves. They flower in April and like full sun such as a rock garden. .The black or mourning widow iris, iris tuberosa, has amazing green and black flowers. It has unusual tubers rather than bulbs and will spread to form large patches under trees.

The colourful Pacific coast iris are rhizomatous iris originating in the woodlands of California. They prefer an acid soil in poart shade and are excellent ground cover for rhododendrons.

Bulbous iris are planted as dormant bulbs in the autumn, 4" deep and 4" apart. They are summer dormant.

For more detaisl on winter flowering iris click here.

Click here for an article on growing iris in the garden.

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IRIS 'BROADLEIGH ANGELA'

Large, very pale lilac flowers washed with deeper purple and blue marks like a watercolour. Named after our office manager as it looks like one of her silk paintings. These evergreen herbaceous plants are easily grown in soil with a high humus content — ideal mixed with shrubs in light shade. 

Height:18"

Flowers: May–June

Price:

5.00

IRIS 'BROADLEIGH ANGELA'

IRIS 'BROADLEIGH LAVINIA'

Our stocks of Pacific coast iris are beginning to recover. These evergreen  iris need a well drained but humus rich soil in part shade.  This produces a succession of flowers in a most unusual colour of pale peach with a claret mark on the falls. Acid - neutral soil

Height: 18"

Flowers: May–June

Price:

5.00

IRIS 'BROADLEIGH LAVINIA'

IRIS 'BROADLEIGH NANCY'

(PCI) Our stocks of Pacific Coast iris are beginning to recover. These evergreen  iris need a well drained but humus rich soil in part shade in acid - neutral soil .  This striking hybrid produces a succession of white flowers with strong purple markings and well-branched stems. A show stopper at Chelsea.. Vigorous.

Height: 18"

Flowers: April -May

 

Price:

5.00

IRIS 'BROADLEIGH NANCY'

IRIS 'BROADLEIGH ROSE'

(PCI) Our stocks of Pacific Coast iris are beginning to recover. These evergreen  iris need a well drained but humus rich soil in part shade in acid - neutral soil .  This produces a succession of a beautiful dusky old rose colour. A favourite at shows. Vigorous.

Height: 18"

Flowers: April -May

Price:

5.00

IRIS 'BROADLEIGH ROSE'

IRIS KATHERINE GOLD (reticultata)

This superb early flowering bulb is a sister seedling of the well known iris Katharine Hodgkin. It has large pale lemon flowers and is easy in any well drained soil in sun and is remarkably perennial or it can be grown in a trough. The bulbs are planted in the autumn, summer dormant. 

Height: 4"

Flowers: Feb

 5 bulbs for £5.00

IRIS KATHERINE GOLD (reticultata)

IRIS 'AMIGITA'

(PCI) Our stocks of Pacific Coast iris are beginning to recover. These evergreen  iris need a well drained but humus rich soil in part shade in acid - neutral soil .  This produces a succession of very pale lilac flowers with a beautiful deep purple mark on the falls. Early flowering and vigorous   Height: 14"

Flowers: May–June

Price:

5.00

IRIS 'AMIGITA'

IRIS - MIXED CALIFORNIAN

(Pacific Coast Iris) A selection of our unnamed iris hybrids in shades from palest gold to deepest purple. These evergreen herbaceous plants are easily grown in soil with a high humus content — ideal mixed with shrubs in light shade.Please note they are not suitable for growing in pots.

Height: 18"

Flowers: April -May

3 = £12.00

IRIS - MIXED CALIFORNIAN

IRIS 'GORING BUTTERFLY'

We can spare a few of this stunning iris. It is a cross between a Pacific Coast iris and a sibirican and takes the best characteristics from both. The plant is vigorous, soil tolerant and has stunning widely flaring flowers in a glorious mix of purple and cream. It flowers at the same time as the I sibirica. 

 Height: 24"

Flowers: May–June

Price:

10.00

IRIS 'GORING BUTTERFLY'

IRIS TUBEROSA (HERMODACTYLUS TUBEROSA)

(Snake’s Head or Black Widow Iris) Sweetly scented green blooms with almost black falls.

Height: 12"

Flowers:Mar-Apr

10 = £4.00; 25 = £9.15

IRIS TUBEROSA (HERMODACTYLUS TUBEROSA)
 

Award of Garden Merit =those plants given the Award of Garden Merit by the RHS.

Postage and Packing

3.95 will be added to all orders shipped to the central UK.

Scotland (Highlands & Islands) , N.Ireland & UK offshore islands. - at cost according to weight.

EU - at cost according to weight. Parcels will be sent airmail.

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