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iris agua estancada iris robusta gerald darby
Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby'--Gerald Darby Siberian Iris
Siberian Iris - black purple blades
gerald darby siberian iris - great plum color at roots
gerald darby siberian iris zones 4-9 cool coloring of blades
Gerald Darby Sibreian Iris Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby'
Gerald Darby Siberian Iris (Iris x robusta ‘Gerald Darby’)
Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby May be grown in standing water
Gerald Darby Siberian Iris (Iris x robusta 'Gerald Darby')....purple at base of leaves
siberian Iris - ok with wet feet...
Gerald Darby Siberian Iris (Iris x robusta ‘Gerald Darby’) In early spring bold fans emerge, each blade a rich plum at the base, fading to green toward the tips. In May black stalks rise high to produce a profusion
“Gerald Darby siberian Iris - ok with wet feet...” — halliesf
Pacific Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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Prairie Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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erian Iris is smaller and more delicate than Bearded Iris varieties with lovely grass-like foliage.
Siberian Iris ( Lady Vanessa)
Siberian Iris (Iris ‘Lady Vanessa’) If you have an area that’s wet,
japanese iris - stems can reach 4 feet
beardless iris 4' tall flower 4 - 12" wide
love iris specially ion this hue color
siberian iris. deer resistant. medium to wet soil
Siberian iris. Deer resistant and like wet soil
siberian iris. likes wet area, deer resistant, I loved my white ones
Siberian Iris likes wet soil. If you have an area that’s wet, Siberian Iris is a good bet. Although the blooms don’t last long, they are quite stunning. They
Japanese iris, Louisiana iris, Siberian iris and Spuria iris. There are also some specialty species. Japanese irises have 4- to 12-inch-wide flowers that sit on stems that can reach 4 feet. Colors include white, pink, blue and all shades of purple; flowers appear in late spring. They are a good choice for
“Louisiana Iris purple” — jenniferhilburn
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Siberian Iris, specifically Iris siberica 'Ceasar's Brother'. This Iris species does enjoy moist, even boggy situations, similar to the way that Japanese Iris (Iris ensata) will, but the flowers and foliage are different. Iris ensata has a much broader, almost flat topped flower. Iris ensata folage is
banners. Iris siberica has a flower which more closely resembles its cousin, the German iris, but it is much more delicate and refined. The foliage of Iris siberica is also more delicate, almost grass like and is a great asset to the garden as it changes through the seasons - from a beautiful spring green
autumn. Iris siberica is also a great "clumper". It will produce thick stands which will actually crowd out weeds!
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Debra Herdman Design
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Weekend Cottage
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Is that iris butter & sugar.
iris all over in clusters
Iris and artemesia...Iris landscape...Siberian iris!!...Lambs ear and. Iris...Garden with iris...off the iris...the clumps of iris...Iris bed...Iris plants...Iris garden
“Different textures” — nikmiller
The New York Botanical Garden
Monet's Garden
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Dutch iris (Iris x hollandica), zones 5 to 9. Evergreen and clump forming.
Peeping out amongst the exuberant herbaceous blooms and foliage are the clean-cut flowers of Dutch iris (Iris x hollandica), zones 5 to 9. Monet
Love Dutch Iris, Japanese Iris, Water Iris . . . most all Iris.
Dutch Iris - clumping and evergreen.
bulbous iris 11 of 2' stems
The season starts with the miniature dwarf bearded iris, which is the first
bearded iris. Growing tip: Most irises need well-drained soil in full sun. To keep these irises at their best they should be divided and replanted in July or August every two to three years. Any poor or diseased plants can be discarded, while the best are replanted.
Dutch iris are good cut flowers
“Evergreen -Erin” — concurve
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Coast Iris Collection- All photos by Native Root Designs
Botanical name: Iris 'Pacific Coast' Common names: Pacific Coast Iris (PCI), Pacificas USDA zones: 7-10 (Check out the new interactive USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map) Water requirement:
strand of iris. The spikes make the other plants look a bit more defined.
iris....who knew there were so many varieties?
of the iris. Their greater contribution to the garden is the upright, spiky forms of the foliage. Whenever I have a dull spot in the garden with too many round plants, I stick in a strand of iris.
Coast iris hybrids are available in shades of whites, blues, pinks, browns, and purples — some with ornate patterns or veins.
However, the beauty of the blooms is not the only benefit of the iris. Their greater contribution to the garden is the upright, spiky forms of the foliage. Whenever I have
“Iris and Hosta. Nice combo.” — smusshel
Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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water iris. Thank you for asking!! Howard
It is not a grass but variegated Iris. Beautiful foliage, purple flower and contrast.
Varigated Water Iris! The balance is Mountain Fire Andromeda (foreground) and Heath and Luecothea in the background. The Iris have wonderful foliage which reflects
The bordering plants on the water, I think they are Iris's
“Beauty of nature” — queenhbp
Amy Renea
Spring Garden
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white iris and midsize white peonies. Combine these three plants for an easy-care, high-impact white garden.
spiraea looks good with white peonies and white iris. spring bloom
Spiraea is a great choice for a white spring bloomer. It conveniently blooms at the same time as tall white iris and
Spirea + iris + white peonies
spiaea spring bloomer, plant with tall white iris and midsize white peonies
Spiraea is a great choice for a white spring bloomer. It conveniently blooms at the same time as tall white iris and midsize white peonies. Combine these three plants for an easy-care, high-impact white garden”
white tall iris and med whit peonies
spiraea- iris blancos y peonias blancas alto impacto en un jardín
“spiraea looks good with wit midsize peopnies and white iris.” — Julie Bisher
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