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Species Cross Iris Water Loving

Water Loving

In our garden, the different SPEC-X water-loving irises grow very well. They enjoy our acidic soils and plenty of sunshine. Completely ignored, they grow and bloom very well. With occasional compost or fertilizer, along with weekly watering, they become spectacular.

These will do well along the edge of a pond or in your perennial beds. Give them plenty of room to grow as Hybrid Vigor is usually the case with these irises.

Many of the irises in the group have I. pseudacorous in their parentage. Though similar in growth habit, the hybrids we list are not invasive from seed and are excellent substitutes if you desire that tall iris along the edge of a pond.

SPEC-X Ally Oops

(Borglum, 2000) (18") Pale blue standards over yellow falls veined blue. Much taller and very vigorous in our garden!

$10.00
SPEC-X Antique Brass

(Harris, 2018) pseudata, 48"

Bright yellow standards and style arms. the same yellow falls, softly overlaid with red. Signal is yellow surrounded with a bright red eyelash. Tall and bold!

$20.00
SPEC-X French Buttercream

(Harris, 2016) (60") Pale yellow with light violet eyelash.

A cross involving the Japanese iris, I. ensata. It has a distinct "eye lash" pattern around the signal. Even better, the foliage emerges in the spring with a bright chartreuse color that will turn green as the season progresses.

$15.00
SPEC-X Roryu

(Shimizu, 2011) (40") Yellow. Standards heavily veined red. Falls lightly veined red with a dark red eyelash.

This iris is a cross involving the Japanese iris, I. ensata. It has a distinct red "eyelash" pattern.Even better, the foliage emerges in the spring with a bright chartreuse color that will turn green as the season progesses.

$12.00
SPEC-X Roy Davidson

(B.Hager, 1987) (34") Yellow with brown veins. By far, our most vigorous iris.

$10.00
SPEC-X Roy's Repeater

(Aitken, 2002) (42") White with purple veins and a bright gold signal.

$12.00
SPEC-X Violet Swallows

(Harris, 2016) (60") White standards, pale yellow style arms and pastel violet falls with a bold violet eyelash.

This iris is a cross involving the Japanese iris, I. ensata. This iris has a distinct violet "eye lash" pattern around the signal. Even better, the foliage emerges in the spring with a bright chartreuse color that will turn green as the season progresses.

$15.00
SPEC-X Wild Mountain Breeze

(Plotner, 2015) (46") White ground heavily veined and overlaid blue violet. Very vigourous!

$10.00
SPEC-X Yukiyanagi

(Shimizu, 2010) (44") Bright white with a striking purple eyelash.

This iris is a cross involving the Japanese iris, I. ensata. It has a distinct purple "eye lash" pattern around the signal. Even better, the foliage emerges in the spring with a bright chartreuse color that will turn green as the season progresses.

$10.00
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