Iris Argentea-variegata, Iris pallida ‘Argentea-variegata’, has striking ivory and green foliage that looks great with the classic pale lavender-blue flowers with yellow beards that appear in the late spring and early summer. The highly fragrant flowers have a distinctive scent that is variously described as reminiscent of grape jelly, orange blossom, or vanilla. The low clumps of sword-like leaves remain nearly evergreen in mild winter climates, but in cold areas the plant dies back to the ground like other irises do.It prefers moist, well-drained soil in full sun, but will tolerate some afternoon shade. This Iris needs plenty of water throughout the season to continue to looks its best. Iris ‘Argentea-variegata’ is useful in many ways. Best used around pools, ponds and water gardens, and for mass plantings. It can also be used in difficult banks for preventing erosion. Gather the large blooms for an extraordinary indoor arrangement.*Deer resistant*Disease Resistant .
Blue Iris Loves Moist SoilThe Iris ‘Caesar’s Brother’, Iris siberica, has rich, deep intense blue flowers with slightly bluish-green leaves. Blooming from late spring into summer, it has a plant height of 36” and a spread of 18-24”.Iris ‘Caesar’s Brother’ is one of the most easily grown Iris. It prefers moist, well-drained soil in full sun, but will tolerate some afternoon shade. This Iris needs plenty of water throughout the season to looks its best. It can also tolerate a poor, dry soil because its thick roots penetrate the soil deeply.Iris ‘Caesar’s Brother’ is useful in many ways and is best used around pools, ponds and water gardens, and for mass plantings. It can be planted on difficult banks and prevent erosion. They make magnificent cut flowers.They are resistant to deer.This tall Siberian iris produces violet blue flowers in late spring on rigid stems, and the clumps will grow together and snuff out weeds. It is an easily grown Iris, and it spreads by rhizomes, so if planted this year, it will be even bigger and better in a season or two! A splendid blossom for any setting, ‘Caesar’s Brother’ will please you with its intense blue flowers in early summer and returning effortlessly year after year!* Intensely Blue Flowers* Blooms Spring Through Summer* Clumps and Loves Moist Soil.
A new look with a color breakthrough! Having a Siberian Iris plant in your garden is like corralling a kaleidoscope of butterflies. The winged flowers hover over the strap-like leaves and flutter in the wind. ‘Butter and Sugar’ Siberian Iris is a new look for these hardy garden plants. Typically in shades of blue or white, the butter yellow falls on these plants are a sophisticated and elegant addition.These tried-and-true garden staples thrive in full sun in almost any soil, including sandy soil, clay soil or even wet soil by a pond. They send thick roots down very deep which make them great for stabilizing banks and even making them drought resistant. (They don’t do well in the desert southwest, though.)The color blends well with all other Siberian Iris and also with many other flowers in your perennial bed – especially blues, lavenders and creams. Even though you grow them for the amazing flowers, the grassy leaves look green and lush through the whole season.‘Butter and Sugar’ Iris will certainly please you this year and many years to come. Don’t wait and order yours from Nature Hills today.* Beautiful butter yellow and white flowers* Heavy bloomer* Adapts to almost any soil* Full sun.
Early Summer Violet BloomsThis iris has garnered quite the reputation. Since its introduction it has won numerous awards and is still listed as one of the top ten in the American Iris Society’s, “100 Most Popular Bearded Iris” list. Producing such a gorgeous flower, it is easy to see why it has earned such acclaim!With delicately ruffled, dark violet petals and violet-edged, snowy white lower petals, Stepping Out creates an aesthetic contrast that is sure to garner the attention and admiration of any onlookers stepping by your garden.Your Stepping Out Tall Bearded Iris is a flowering perennial that will grow up to 38 inches in height. The blossoms rise above the earth on deep green, willowy stems. It’s easy to grow, hardy, and pest resistant. Stepping Out is a favorite among pollinators, yet deer and rabbits tend to pass it by.Stepping Out is a profuse bloomer that would be right at home in your sunny garden and will mix quite harmoniously with nearly any of your other plantings. Stepping Out is an apt name for this award-winning Iris. Its beauty is akin to being “all dressed up for a night on the town”, and is sure to bring that same elegance and excitement to your yard year-after-year. * Deer and rabbit resistant* Light shade tolerant* Drought resistant* Profuse bloomer.
Huge Maroon Blooms!Imagine a flower of such elegance and beauty that it has inspired Japanese artists since ancient times! Eileen’s Dream Japanese Iris’ are noted for their massive, vibrant blooms of stunning beauty. Their wide, crepe paper-thin petals cascade down like a waterfall of vibrant color and are sure to make a dramatic statement in your landscape.The blossoms of Eileen’s Dream are further accentuated by a splash of bright yellow that accents the base of each individual petal. Tall, and slender enough to fit almost anywhere, Eileen’s Dream is a tough perennial yet still a lovely, delicate plant that is sure to add charm to your garden! Eileen’s Dream Japanese Iris displays its exquisite blossoms in spring atop statuesque stems that can reach up to 36 inches in height so you won’t miss a moment of its spectacular summer show. It is generally quite hardy and very sun resistant. Deer tend to pass it by and it’s a favorite for hummingbirds and butterflies. Plant an Eileen’s Dream Japanese Iris in your yard this year and you’re sure to understand why the Iris has been venerated in art and admired for generations. * Late spring/early summer flowers* Drought tolerant* Wildlife interest* Sun tolerant .
Heavenly, Violet bloomsIt’s said of the Greek goddess Iris, that she linked the gods to humanity, so it seems a fitting name then that this beautiful flower bear her name. Its glorious blooms each year are certainly heavenly to behold!On Edge Tall Bearded Iris, Iris Germanica ‘On Edge’, is an alluring, early-mid season bloomer that evokes a delicate, rustic charm with its soft billowing petals, long slender stems, and shades of violet and white. The upright petals of each blossom are a delicate violet/lavender shade, with the downward petals (falls), featuring pristine white, edged in purple. A delightful yellow beard provides an additional splash of color to the velvety falls.On Edge will grow up to 48 inches in height with a straight, upright form. It is a clump-forming plant that will be most comfortable in sunny sections of your garden, but is not intolerant to partial shade either. This delightful plant is relatively low maintenance and hardy.On Edge prefers moist soil but can manage drier conditions as well and is usually unbothered by pests. Bees are known to frequent this plant so your garden is sure to be abuzz with activity from helpful pollinators! Plant a few along your walkway, fence line or in those corners of the garden where other plants might struggle. Iris’ have long been valued for being a tough, easy-to-grow perennial. Their upright, sturdy form and carefree nature makes them easy to place throughout the landscape, and a brilliant show can be depended upon when they present their yearly display. No matter how you look at it, On Edge Tall Bearded iris will be a great addition to your garden this year!* Adaptive to a variety of soils* Drought tolerant* Sun tolerant* Easy to grow.
Purple-Splashed, Snowy BloomsHarlequinesque features gorgeous, willowy flowers of phenomenal color. Its wide, velvety petals of vibrant white are dramatically accented with asymmetrical splashes of fuchsias, blues, and rich purples, creating a show-stopping display for your yard. A bright yellow throat adds yet another flash of color to dazzle the senses. Not only lovely to the eye, but also a delight to the nose, Harlequinesque presents an irresistible lure to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, ensuring that your garden will always be buzzing with life! Harlequinesque Japanese Iris is right at home among other tall foliage, reaching up to 36 inches in height with a spread of 15-18 inches. This decorative perennial grows best in moist, moderately acidic soil, so it is a perfect addition to gardens with water features. It’s quite sun-tolerant and is even deer resistant. The Japanese Iris has long been a beloved perennial for gardens, and Harlequinesque certainly demonstrates that reliable beauty that Iris’ are known for. Whether scattering a few about your yard to enjoy their delightful spring/early summer display, or cutting a bouquet for a dramatic presentation on your dining room table, Harlequinesquie Japanese Iris is sure to prove itself a superb choice for your home this year. * Late spring/early summer bloom* Self fertile* Sun tolerant* Deer resistant.
Fast-Growing, Prolific Iris African Iris, Dietes iridioides, is an evergreen perennial with fantastic flowers. Plant a few in your rock garden or perhaps in a wooded area where African Iris plants will lend color and definition. These would also do terrific in some poolside containers, or mixed sporadically into a border. Iris’ always have the look of the exotic about them, but unlike many fancy perennials that require pampering, Iris’ tend to be hardy, easy-to-care-for plants…and African Iris is no exception. Your African iris is a magnificent Iris variety, with 3-inch blooms shooting up amid the lance leaf-like foliage from spring through fall. The gorgeous blossoms are pristine white, accented with shades of yellow and lavender. Each spectacular bloom lasts one day, but with the repeating nature of this Iris variety, you won’t miss out on enjoying its marvelous display. The dark green leaves of your African Iris are evergreen, so will provide some vertical definition to your landscape even when it’s not in bloom. Africa Iris plants will grow 2 to 3 feet tall with a 3 to 4 foot spread. It has a clumping habit and vigorous nature. African Iris is a very hardy perennial that requires no special care and adapts easily to a variety of conditions. Iris’ tend to be hardy, fast-growing perennials that not only produce fantastic, exotic-looking blooms, but maintain an evergreen nature. They’re perfect for almost any location. It’s the type of perennial you can plant and forget…but you’re sure to not forget this impressive Iris when it’s in your yard this year! * Summer flowers * Works well in containers * Profuse/repeat bloomer * Fast growing * Evergreen * Standing water tolerant * Cold hardy.
A commanding flower for your garden! With their striking pattern of rising and falling petals, it’s easy to see where the famous fleur-de-lis design took its cues from the bearded flag irises that grew in royal gardens across France. The regal bearded flag iris ‘Attention Please’ (Iris germanica ‘Attention Please’) is a modern take on this historic flower. It demands that you look at it when it blooms in your garden in spring and early summer.These symbols of grace and civility look as challenging to grow as it is to bake the perfect soufflé’, but they are actually so easy that you’ll wonder why every garden doesn’t have these. If you can grow daylilies, you can grow bearded iris.Iris ‘Attention Please’ is a real eye-catcher. This beautiful flower is a stunning combo of violet splashed with yellow, white and burgundy. It looks great anywhere, but try it next to a pond or fountain so its reflection is caught in the water. It blends well with the strap-like leaves of daylilies and grasses. Or create your own mini-Versailles and enclose a stand of ‘Attention Please’ in a boxwood hedge.Give your garden the royal treatment and order your ‘Attention Please’ iris from Nature Hills today.* Beautiful multi-hued flowers* Heavy bloomer* Adaptable* Full sun.
“Like Planting Sunshine in your Yard”Imagine a vase of long-stemmed, bright yellow iris’ on your dining room table. The subtle fragrance draws you in for a closer look. Lean forward to revel in the satiny soft petals against your skin as you are imbued with their deliciously, sweet scent. Few flowers can rival the ruffled, sunny petals of Harvest of Memories, and the “memory” of them in your home and garden is sure to linger long after the brilliant blooms have faded. Harvest of Memories Iris performs beyond beauty alone, featuring a reliable, reblooming nature that begins mid-to-late spring and puts on its show again in late summer (and sometimes even into early fall). It’s a vigorous grower, providing showy flowers, a succulent fragrance and vibrant green foliage throughout the seasons. The strong, 40-inch stems that hold the blooms aloft above the leaves are perfect for cutting, and withstand wind and rain to maintain a terrific vertical effect in your landscape. Wildlife love the color and fragrance, making you a hit with your butterflies and bees, and providing a bit of added natural enchantment to the scene. Your Harvest of Memories Iris is a tall bearded iris that will grow up to 38 inches in height with a 24-inch spread. It has an upright form and moderate growth rate. Harvest of Memories is adaptable to a variety of soils and is quite hardy. Pollinators flock to the bright blooms but deer and bunnies tend to pass it by. The hardy rhizomes will multiply, so buy a few and you’ll soon have many—a sound gardening investment! Plant Harvest of Memories en mass, amid lavender and pink iris’ for a stunning border your neighbors won’t soon forget. Even just one Harvest of Memories Iris will add a splash of brilliant color to your home. With its sunny disposition, it’s sure to brighten even the drabbest of spots in your yard this year. * Reblooming* Adaptable to a variety of soils* Tolerant of partial shade* Works well as a cut flower.