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Iris setosa

seeds of  Iris foetidissima Citrina. An improved variation of the Welsh Gladwyn Iris offers this wonderful lemon color instead of the normal mauve color.  This 2-3 foot bulbous perennial offers longlasting showy summer color in zones 2-9.
Iris setosa

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Seeds from Iris setosa. These are vigorous plants with strong, sword-like foliage about 2 ft. in height. The iris flowers are purple-blue, usually of a very dark shade, but occasionally pale lavender and intermediate shades. Flowers are 3-6 in. wide. Require full sun a moist to wet soil. A Hummingbird favorite. A nice Perennial for Zones 1-9.



Iris Siberian Ceasers Brother

FREE SHIPPING seeds of Iris Siberian Ceasers Brother. This Siberian Iris grows to 36 inches in zones 3-9. Dark Blue orchid like blooms with thick mounds of narrow, arching grass like leaves. seeds of Iris Siberian Ceasers Brother. This Siberian Iris grows to 36 inches in zones 3-9. Dark Blue orchid like blooms with thick mounds of narrow, arching grass like leaves.
Iris Siberian Ceasers Brother

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Seeds from Iris Siberian Ceasers Brother. This Siberian Iris grows to 36 inches in zones 3 to 9. Dark Blue orchid like blooms with thick mounds of narrow, arching grass like leaves.



Iris variegata Hungarian

Seeds from Iris variegate Hungarian Iris This standard dwarf bearded iris does not have variegated leaves but the flowers are two color. Iris variegata and the many hybrids and cultivars grow as  an ornamental. It has these striking flowers with bright yellow petals and cream and purple falls with veins. It has been grown in western Europe since the late 16th century, it is a parent of many of the most colorful modern bearded iris cultivars. All parts of both wild and cultivated irises are poisonous, especially the rhizomes. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 8.
Iris variegata Hungarian

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Seeds from Iris variegate Hungarian Iris This standard dwarf bearded iris does not have variegated leaves but the flowers are two color. Iris variegata and the many hybrids and cultivars grow as an ornamental. It has these striking flowers with bright yellow petals and cream and purple falls with veins. It has been grown in western Europe since the late 16th century, it is a parent of many of the most colorful modern bearded iris cultivars. All parts of both wild and cultivated irises are poisonous, especially the rhizomes. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 8.



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