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A Reblooming Iris...
...is one that blooms during it's normal season, then blooms again later in the year.
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.
For the best results, you should fertilize each iris in early spring and again directly after the normal bloom season. Please see the Growing Instructions on the Iris 101 page for specific fertilizers. You should also be sure to water regularly. In my climate, Mother Nature takes care of watering until about July 1st. Then I water at least 1" per week until the fall rains come.
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(Aitken, 2013) 22"
Orange self with beards that lift off the petal into horns.
Our first time listing this one because it reblooms so heavily.
(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!
(Sutton, 2007) registered at 18" but blooms taller for us.
Stadards yellow overlaid ruby red. Falls are bright yellow with a rust red dotted edge.
A great rebloomer for us.
(McEwen, 2011) 32" 3 falls Tetraploid
Purple standards over sky blue falls. Big and beefy but in a good way! A solid rebloomer for us.
(Bauer/Coble, 2013) 36" 9 falls
Our favorite multipetal JI. Blue violet with a white halo. Tall and proud enough to be a good rebloomer for us.
We think it odd that you would name a Japanese Iris after a site in Egypt, but Bob and John are odd ducks! Not to mention brilliant, but the two often go hand-in-hand.
(McEwen, 1987) 36" 6 falls
Red violet with light white splashing. Lots of flowers and the occasional rebloom for us!
(Booth, 2012) (20") Bright apricot with a reddish flush on falls. Tends to rebloom for us.
(Witt, 2012) (23") White ground heavily dotted violet blue. Good rebloom.
(Miller, 2014) (21") Standard are butter yellow. Falls are yellow heavily washed orchid rose. A good rebloomer for us.
(Aitken, 2005) (12") White with a blue beard. Excellent rebloom!
(Aitken, 2014) (12") White stitched purple. Excellent rebloom. In fact, it doesn't really stop blooming for 2 month or longer. We call it a "continuous bloomer".
(Aitken, 2014) (10") All white with the palest of blue fall spot. Once established, this iris is more of a continuous bloomer taking a few days off now and then.
(Aitken, 2005) 16"
Cream standards and orange falls.
I am almost afraid to list this one as it tends to be too good of a rebloomer. We do not get to list it often so now is your chance!
(Hollingworth, 1996) 32" Tetraploid
Medium blue with a white signal. Butterfly approved. Morgan-Wood medal winner!
(Wendel, 2009) 25"
Medium blue with a rosy fall spot surrounding a small white signal. Reblooms for us.
(Hollingworth, 2010) 37"
Red violet with a diffused blue blaze. Excellent rebloomer for us.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2011) 33"
Amethyst purple. Lighter at the edges. A fun colored iris that reblooms for us!
(Hollingworth, 2012) 33" Tetraploid
Red violet with a large white signal.
A different sort of rebloomer for us. Most reblooming siberians take a few weeks off and then send up another flush of bloom stalks. This one sends a few at a time for a very long season. Hail To The Chief was still blooming in August when all of my JIs were done.
(Cole, 2008) 30"
Creamy white with subtle green veins. The best foliage in the Siberian world. Love it!
(Cole, 2005) 34" Tetraploid
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.
(Schafer/Sacks, 1999) 28"
Bright yellow with subtle green veins. Reblooms for us!
(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.
Please see our Growing Instructions for Sino-Siberian irises to see if this iris is a good fit for your garden.
(Aitken, 2014) 34"
Red brown standards over copper falls. A good rebloomer for us.
(Innerest, 1999) (36") Subtle yellow. Our most consistent rebloomer. Very fragrant.
(Schick, 2004) (36") Salmon pink. Good rebloom in our garden.
(Aitken, 2010) 34"
Intense yellow. Reliable rebloom.
(Lauer, 2003) White with lavender stitching. Great rebloomer.
(Hollingworth, 2004) 35" tetraploid
Red violet standards, light blue style arms, and white falls with a wide band of red violet dots at the edge. Morgan-Wood medal winner and a good rebloomer for us.
(Aitken, 2006) 48" tetraploid
Lavender blue with lighter style arms. Excellent repeat bloom!
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