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A reblooming iris is one that blooms during it's normal season, then blooms again later in the season.

For our bearded irises that rebloom, they begin their second season in July or August and continue on until first frost. For our beardless irises, they begin just a week or two after the first season is over. Some give one more flush of bloom, some continue on until fall.

Your results may vary. We can only guarantee they rebloom in our garden.

TB Again And Again

(Innerest, 1999) (36") Subtle yellow. Our most consistent rebloomer. Very fragrant.

MTB Alani
MTB Alani

(Booth, 2012) (20") Bright apricot with a reddish flush on falls. Tends to rebloom for us.


(Aitken, 2012) (20") Blue lavender with contrastng veins at the hafts. A solid rebloomer for us.

TB Augustine

(Schick, 2004) (36") Salmon pink. Good rebloom in our garden.

SDB Autumn Surge

(Aitken, 2005) (12") White with a blue beard. Excellent rebloom!

JI Confetti Shower

(Payne, 1950) 6 falls - White ground stippled violet. A great iris with true historic value! Occasionally reblooms for us.

TB Cornhusker

(Stanek, 2000) (37") Bright yellow. An excellent rebloomer.

IB Crimson Jazz

(Walker, 2012) (26") Gold base heavily overlaid dark red. A great rebloomer for us. Hot!

SIB Emily Anne

(Hollingworth, 1999) (Tet, 33")  Medium blue standards. Creamy falls heavily stippled blue toward the edges. An excellent rebloomer here.

SIB Encore Performance

(Hollingworth, 2010) (37") Red violet with a diffused blue blaze. Excellent rebloomer for us.

JI Exuberent Chantey

Japanese iris (McEwen, 1989) (37") 6 falls - Dark blue violet self. A good rebloomer for us!

SDB Fairy Fireworks

(Aitken, 2014) (12") White stitched purple. Excellent rebloom.

SIB Gone Plummin'

(Shafer/Sacks, 2011) (33") Amethyst purple. Lighter at the edges. A fun colored iris that reblooms for us!

SIB Joyce Cole

(Cole, 2008) (Tet, 30") Creamy white with subtle green veins.The best foliage in the Siberian world. Love it!

SIB Magnum Bordeaux

(Bauer/Coble, 2000) (32") Dark burgundy with a blue halo and veins. Reblooms for us!

JI Midnight Fireworks

(Aitken, 2014) (52") 6 falls - Big, rich deep red purple self that seems to bloom forever for us. Blooms late and never really stops until we get excessive heat or the first frost of fall.

SIB My First Kiss

(Cole, 2005) (Tet, 34") This iris truly has it all. Stunning red violet with a blue blaze. Excellent foliage. A good bud count. It even reblooms occassionally for us! This should be in every garden.

JI Ol' Man River

McEwen, 1987) (36") 6 falls - Red violet with light white splashing. Lots of flowers and the occasional rebloom for us!

TB Peggy Sue

(Lauer, 2006) (34") Medium pink. A great rebloomer.

SDB Perpetual Indulgence

(Aitken, 2005) (16") Cream standards and orange falls. Great rebloomer!

MTB Pretty Pony

(Witt, 2012) (23") White ground heavily dotted violet blue. Good rebloom.

JI Red Repeater

(Aitken, 2010) (36") 3 falls - Red violet with white halo and rays. Consistent rebloomer for us.

SIB Summer Revels

(Shafer/Sacks, 1999) (28") Bright yellow with subtle green veins. Reblooms for us!

JI Worley Pink

(Worley, 1966)  (40") 6 falls - Old mauvy pink that will rebloom occssionally for us. Payne Award winner!

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‘I’ve have ordered a large number of iris over the past couple years from Cascadia. Patrick and Margaret have been stellar to work with. I’m very picky and they have been able to accommodate my requests and also keep me very well educated on iris culture. All of their iris I ordered were healthy and strong—every one came back the next year. The pictures of their iris are very accurate as well—no weird color treating. I will continue to work with CIG in the future! Thank you Patrick and Margaret!’

Jeremy M. Overland Park, KS

"I have purchased Japanese Iris from Cascadia Iris Gardens for the past 3 years. I have always received very healthy iris, whether I purchased them spring or fall. I have never been disappointed. That is why I always come back. I am looking forward to seeing their 2018 selection."

Linda M. Monroe, CT

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