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New for 2021!
We are proud to offer 2 new introductions this year. Both introduced by Patrick but the seed that made Raven's Claw came from Carla Lankow. Included are two great Miniature Dwarf Bearded Irises from Lee Walker. We think all four are stunning irises and hope you will enjoy them too.
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(Spence, 2021) 44", 6 falls.
Finally! Our first introduction. Seedling # JI0704-1 from the first year I tried my luck at hybridizing.
It is difficult to describe, but I will try. White shaded mulberry on the hafts blending to lavender with white rays and a diffused blue halo. It is tall with 2 branches and up to 7 buds held nicely above the foliage. The petals are held flat and neatly ruffled.
At the 2015 Society for Japanese Iris National Convention. I mentioned I was deciding if I was going to keep it or not. My friend Barbara Aitken expressed her concerns about my relative intelligence. As it turned out, it won Best Seedling at the convention and earned its name.
(Walker, 2021) 7"
Light blue standards over purple falls, deeper at underneath the gold and white beard. Nicely fragrant too!
(Walker, 2021) 7"
Standards are yellow overlaid with red-brown. Falls are yellow with a red-brown rim. A beautful color combination in a small but vigorous plant.
(Spence, 2021) 24" from Carla Lankow seed
Raven's Claw is named for its jet black style arms, which are sometimes called claws. It is a bold combination of red violet with raven black fall spots and claws. Though fairly short as Sino-Sibs go, it makes up for it with bloom season. Raven's Claw is what we call a continuous bloomer. Its normal flush of bloom in June lasts 2-3 weeks, but it continues to push bloom stalks for another 2-3 weeks. Each stalk has 1 branch and 3 buds so it is never overcrowded.
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