8,835 crested iris Home Design Photos

Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes May
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crested iris (Iris cristata) by Barbara Pintozzi
the wetland blue flag iris (Iris virginica var. shrevei). Easier to incorporate into a garden is the tiny beardless crested iris (Iris cristata shown), which
Siberian irises (Iris sibirica) begin blooming in May, while the late-blooming cultivars wait until June. The iris native to the Great Lakes is
the wetland blue flag iris (Iris virginica var. shrevei). Easier to incorporate into a garden is the tiny beardless crested iris (Iris cristata shown), which
earliest of the Siberian irises (Iris sibirica) begin blooming in May, while the late-blooming cultivars wait until June. The iris native to the Great Lakes is
“wet” — pcr1
Common Ground Landscapes
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Country French
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‘Elegans’ (Plantain Lily), Hosta ‘August Moon’ (Plantain Lily), Iris cristata (Crested Iris), Lamiastrum ‘Herman’s Pride’ (Yellow Archangel), Phlox stolonifera
“Love a stone path” — colson6240
Timothy Sheehan, ASLA
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Highland
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Houzz. Plants include Lady's Mantle, Silver Mound Artemesia, German Iris, Dwarf Crested Iris, Kousa Dogwood, Blue Globe Spruce, Tom Thumb Cotoneaster, Rhodos
Houzz. Plants include Lady's Mantle, Silver Mound Artemesia, German Iris, Dwarf Crested Iris, Kousa Dogwood, Blue Globe Spruce, Tom Thumb Cotoneaster, Rhodos
scattered stone, iris, different shades of green with only smattering of color, some things bunched
“yard_bushes” — rebel206
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Leslie Rohrer
Grand Beach Homes
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That's Iris cristata (Dwarf Crested Iris).
Plant around statue - Iris cristata (Dwarf Crested Iris)
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Contemporary Woodland
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‘Elegans’ (Plantain Lily), Hosta ‘August Moon’ (Plantain Lily), Iris cristata (Crested Iris), Lamiastrum ‘Herman’s Pride’ (Yellow Archangel), Phlox stolonifera
“Great xeriscape and pathway for side yard.” — ElizaBeth Harger
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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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
The flowers seen in the photo are Siberian Iris, specifically Iris siberica 'Ceasar's Brother'. This Iris species does enjoy moist, even boggy situations
they make me think of silk banners. Iris siberica has a flower which more closely resembles its cousin, the German iris, but it is much more delicate and
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 -
striking iris Siberian Iris (Iris sibirica ‘Ceasar’s Brother’) flower early in spring, but the seedpods
“offset door” — sunshinevelociraptor
Debra Herdman Design
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Weekend Cottage
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note to husband - see how iris are in a little group
Les irisIl s’agit de fleurs mythiques car on disait qu’avoir des iris sur le toit des maisons en chaume préservait des incendies. C’est pour cela qu’on
qu’on en trouve encore parfois. Dans un jardin, les iris donnent une note verticale grâce à leur feuillage en forme de lame et des couleurs souvent spectaculaires
spectaculaires. Il en existe de nombreuses variétés, dont les Iris Germanica, mais bien d’autres espèces sont aussi jolies. Cette incontournable des jardins
Is that iris butter & sugar.
“Color” — 4494fryingpan
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Contemporary Woodland
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‘Elegans’ (Plantain Lily), Hosta ‘August Moon’ (Plantain Lily), Iris cristata (Crested Iris), Lamiastrum ‘Herman’s Pride’ (Yellow Archangel), Phlox stolonifera
“Woodland in the back/sideyard” — heih
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