Species hybrid bulbous iris introduced in 1958 and named for the wife of Eliot Hodgkin, a rare bulb grower.
Bucharica species iris, classified in 1902 by Sir Michael Foster.
Award winning mauve rose pumila hybrid iris cultivated by Paul Black (USA). Won the Honorable Mention in 2004 and Award of Merit in 2006. The signal patch is plum and the beard is tangerine and lavender.
White ensata with yellow veins
Gosan No Takara
Japanese water iris with dark mulberry edges and white center. They are also known as Japanese Flag and Russian Irises.
Fragrant lilac coloured tall bearded iris with white beard tipped orange
Older variety of tall bearded iris with deep red falls blended with bronze and moderate crimson standards. Introduced in 1929 by Dr Wylie McLean Ayres (USA)
Yellow intermediate iris with bronzy wash on falls.
Bred by Joyce Ragle, introduced in 2002
Beard tangerine to yellow
Pseudacorus hybrid iris cultivated by Dr Thomas and Christina Tamberg, Berlin. The iris was registered in 1988.
Cote d' Or
A tall bearded yellow iris with a touch of white. Introduced in 1990 by R. Schreiner (USA). Winner of two awards: Honorable Mention in 1993 and Award of Merit in 1995.
Deep purple siberian iris with black and white veins. Cultivated by F. Cleveland Morgan (USA) and introduced in 1932.
A violet blue pallida hybrid with a white beard tipped yellow. The sword like leaves are green and white. Some of the common names are Sweet flag and Zebra iris.
Bluish pink intermediate iris with a tangerine beard. Cultivated by Melba Hamblen (USA). Registered in 1975 and won the Hans and Jacob Sass Medal in 1981.
Dwarf beardless iris from Asia minor
White ensata with lavender streaks
Deep lilac iris with white streaks cultivated by Walter R. Max, USA and introduced in 1960
Wine purple ensata introduced in 1991. Winner of Payne Medal in 2004. Cultivated by Sterling Innerst, USA.
Red at Night
Velvety red tall bearded iris with slightly darker base. Cultivated by Richard R. Ernst (USA) and introduced by Cooley Gardens in 1992. The beard is yellow tipped red.
Tall bearded iris cultivated by Lynd Millar and registered in 1991. The standards are pink and the falls a plum red violet with a pink pencil edge. A striking iris.