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'All Gold' shore junipers with variegated Japanese iris.
variegated Japanese iris (Iris ensata ‘Variegata’, zones 5 to 9), as the spreading habit of this juniper perfectly contrasts the upright form of the iris. In
variegated Japanese iris (Iris ensata ‘Variegata’, zones 5 to 9), as the spreading habit of this juniper perfectly contrasts the upright form of the iris. In
Cottage PerennialGlenna Partridge Garden Design
Near the shed....The first plant is a Japanese Iris (I can't remember the exact one I planted but there are so many great
Hellebore. The right side of the photo has Lavender 'Munstead', Variegated iris, Euphorbia wulfenii, and the annuals on the first row are Nigella (love in
the shed....The first plant is a Japanese Iris (I can't remember the exact one I planted but there are so many great ones to choose from in all shades of
Near the shed....The first plant is a Japanese Iris (I can't remember the exact one I planted but there are so many great
Prairie Ridge Landscapes LtdPacific Ridge Landscapes Ltd
Siberian Iris is smaller and more delicate than Bearded Iris varieties with lovely grass-like foliage.
Do you know the variety of the Siberian Iris shown here?
irises. These include Japanese iris, Louisiana iris, Siberian iris and Spuria iris. There are also some specialty species. Japanese irises have 4- to 12-inch-wide
irises. These include Japanese iris, Louisiana iris, Siberian iris and Spuria iris. There are also some specialty species. Japanese irises have 4- to 12
Siberian Iris(Iris ‘Lady Vanessa’)If you have an area that’s wet, Siberian Iris is a good bet. Although the blooms don’t
Water regularly to liberally during growth and bloom. Spuria iris resembles Dutch iris, with leaves reaching 3 to 4 feet tall and flowers in a full range
japanese iris - stems can reach 4 feet
Blue Atlas Cedar FenceJay Sifford Garden Design
The color of the cedar foliage perfectly complements the smoke tree, the Japanese maple and nearly any flower color. This is the back side, from the neighbor's
background trees in this photo are a tree form cotinus, a Crimson Queen Japanese maple, and a tree form Tardiva hydrangea paniculata.
zones 7 to 10. Add a patch of Japanese iris, zones 4 to 9, as the contrast between the weeping tree and the vertical iris makes a real statement. USDA
Garden 'wall' accented with purple Japanese Iris.
zones 7 to 10. Add a patch of Japanese iris, zones 4 to 9, as the contrast between the weeping tree and the vertical iris makes a real statement. USDA zones:
foliage is a perfect complement to the burgundy foliage of a Crimson Queen Japanese maple or a purple smoke bush. It is a slow grower but can eventually become
Iris germanicaFrank Organ
beardless irises, of which Japanese iris is the most well known but that also includes the Louisiana iris, Siberian iris and Spuria iris. The bulbous irises include
Iris (Iris) USDA zones: 4 to 9, depending on species Bloom period: Throughout spring, depending on species
beardless irises, of which Japanese iris is the most well known but that also includes the Louisiana iris, Siberian iris and Spuria iris. The bulbous irises include
star of Monet's garden, especially during May and June, is the bearded iris (Iris 'Germanica'), zones 3 to 8.He grew them in many colors and forms, but
Iris(Iris)USDA zones: 4 to 9, depending on speciesBloom period: Throughout spring
Love the iris with Japanese maple!...Purple iris just for my sweetie-like he...white clematis, red acer and blue iris
Monet's GardenThe New York Botanical Garden
include Japanese iris, Louisiana iris, Siberian iris and Spuria iris. There are also some specialty species. Japanese irises have 4- to 12-inch-wide flowers
Love Dutch Iris, Japanese Iris, Water Iris . . . most all Iris.
Dutch iris (Iris x hollandica), zones 5 to 9. Evergreen and clump forming.
exuberant herbaceous blooms and foliage are the clean-cut flowers of Dutch iris (Iris x hollandica), zones 5 to 9. Monet was passionate about mixing different
as he acheived the effect he wanted.Unlike the large rhizome-grown bearded iris, Dutch irises are evergreen and clump forming. They are easy to grow and
Cherish blooming iris. Oh, the irises are blooming their little heads off. After they bloom, cut
Iris 'Chimes'Native Root Designs
Pacific Coast Iris Collection- All photos by Native Root Designs
Jap iris, wild irid; thin stem, loose less formal
wild irises (japanese, pacific coast) - less
This picture chosen to remind me that iris would look good on top of a block wall.
Coast iris’s natural habitat for a loose and natural landscape.
Irises can be formal or informal depending on the application. Japanese iris or wild
wild iris are both thin stemmed and work well in a country garden for a less structured look. This photo shows off the variety 'Chimes' from the Pacific
Japanese iris in the garden
Burlington RetreatLinden L.A.N.D. Group
What species of iris is planted on the right of the photo
Love the Japanese Iris. I have many of them
.....love iris this one is Caesar's Brother Siberian Iris
Siberian Iris with what looks like Geranium
color scheme or highlight a garden feature. The deep blue of these clumps of Iris sibirica shows what a versatile color it can be. It could have overpowered
Howard RobertsLiquidscapes
Heath and variegated water iris. Thank you for asking!! Howard
It is not a grass but variegated Iris. Beautiful foliage, purple flower and
show house and fund raiser, which lasted for the entire month of May. The Iris's are in pots, because the pond was done with a liner. We had to dismantle
The bordering plants on the water, I think they are Iris's
Pond in Rydal, PaGarrett Churchill Inc.
Iris, grass, path leading up to pond
they love the water. In fact, they can even be planted in shallow water — Japanese and Louisiana irises are particularly good for water planting.
pond with japanese iris...large clumps of iris...Iris plants in water...large yellow iris...Iris and overall design
homogenous space. Additionally, notice how the verticality of the Japanese water iris (Iris ensata ‘Variegata’, zones 5 to 9) pulls the eye upward toward the
Plant Ideas & Colorful CombinationsAustin Ganim Landscape Design, LLC
Iris ensata - Blue / Purple and White Japanese Iris - late spring / early summer flowering perennial
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