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Iris cristata

Dwarf crested iris

Blue-violet flowers appear in early spring, carpeting the native woodland garden or shaded perennial border. Will naturalize, spreading to form a beautiful native groundcover.

Iris cristata

Iris cristata 'Eco Bluebird'

Dwarf crested iris

Blue-purple flowers with orange crests and white throats surrounded by navy blue. A consistently strong performer, more thick and robust than the species. Very attractive, versatile and easy to care for.

Iris cristata 'Eco Bluebird'

Iris cristata 'Powder Blue Giant'

Dwarf crested iris

Considerably huskier and more vigorous than the species, this sweet giant boasts 3" flowers of delicate light blue with golden crests and deep blue accents. Vigorous and easy to grow!

Iris cristata 'Powder Blue Giant'

Iris cristata 'Tennessee White'

Dwarf crested iris

This delightful selection of our native crested iris came to us from Don Shadow in Winchester, TN. 'Tennessee White' is a vigorous spreader and prolific bloomer, covering the fan-like foliage with brilliant white flowers in spring, each accented with delicate yellow crests. Its late spring show starts earlier and lasts longer than the other selections we've tried.

Iris cristata 'Tennessee White'

Iris versicolor

Blueflag
Very robust, dramatic display of boldly veined, swordlike leaves with large, violet-blue flowers accented by whitish markings at the base of the sepals. Petals and sepals spread out flat making it an attractive place for feeding by hummingbirds.
Iris versicolor
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