- Near-white standards and ruffled falls with a subtle blend of buff, apricot, and peach tones
- Blooms from late spring to early summer (7-10 buds per stem) with a consistant rebloom in late summer
- Orange blossom fragrance
- Popularity Poll, Honorable Mention award, '89; Award of Merit. '91
No garden would be complete without Tall Bearded Irises. Though they have been grown for decades, new and improved hybrids continue to be developed every year and fabulous color combinations have been achieved. The Tall Beardeds bloom after the Dwarf Irises but before the Japanese and Siberian Irises. They are wonderful accent plants for late spring gardens.