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Border Bearded (BB)
16” – 27” tall
Border Bearded irises (BB) are similar in height to the IB, but with larger flowers. BBs will typically also have a thicker stalk to support the larger flowers. These tend to bloom at the same time as, or just before the TBs.
(G. Spoon, 2001) (26") Nicely ruffled ivory white.
(Aitken, 2009) (24") Yellow with a large white zone on the falls.
(Aitken, 2011) (24") Rose standards. Creamy peach falls with a matching rose band.
(Lankow, 1999) (26") Navy blue with classic form. A must have iris!
(M. Smith, 2010) (26") A classy peachy pink iris that has a great fragrance.
(Aitken, 1995) (24") One of Patrick's favorite bearded irises. Dark red and vigorous in growth and bloom.
(S. Markham, 2010) (27") The best description I can give is smoky blue plum. A moody iris where the bright yellow beards really draw you in.
(M. Smith, 2009) (26")White with subtle yellow hints. Striking!
(Carol Lankow, 2000) (25") Mango peach (not quite orange). A really bright iris perfect for that spot in your garden that needs a bit of color!
(Carol Lankow, 1993) (26") Pale peach falls with white standards.
Carol named this iris for her husband, George. Peach Ice Cream was his favorite treat. This is another iris that will always be in my garden.
(Black, 2011) (26") Peach standards. Apricot falls. Immaculate form. Everyone should grow this iris!
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