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Intermediate Bearded (IB)
16” – 27” tall
If you wonder what would happen if you crossed an SDB with a TB, this is the result. Of medium height and flower size, Intermediate Bearded irises (IB) will blend nicely with your taller perennials. Surprisingly enough, they bloom directly between the SDB and TB bloom seasons!
(M. Smith, 2008) (24") A medium size, georgeous blue iris. Classic!
(Aitken, 2012) (20") Blue lavender with contrastng veins at the hafts. A solid rebloomer for us.
(Walker, 2012) (26") Gold base heavily overlaid dark red. A great rebloomer for us. Hot!
(Black, 2011) (20") A really sweet iris. Light yellow standards over white falls heavily overlaid with yellow. The barest hint of a horn at the tip of the beard.
(Sutton, 2015) (20") Butter yellow standards over white falls, veined and edged yellow.
(Walker, 2016) (23") White with purple stitching on the edge and a few purple dots scattered on the falls. Very fragrant!
(Black, 2015) (23") Pink standards over white falls with a large pink fall spot. I quite like this one!
(Aitken, 2007) (22") White stitched purple. Excellent form.
One more of Margaret's favorites. I should mention that she has excellent taste!
(Keppel, 2010) (22") Plum standards. White falls with a matching plum border. Simply our best grower and bloomer. Perfect!
(M. Smith, 1998) (25") Famous in the iris world for being one of the first Dykes Medal winners that was not a TB. I do not know if it the falls are white with a purple band, or purple with a white zonal spot. Either way, you need to grow this iris!
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