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Iris

Iris are wonders of the late spring/mid-summer garden, bringing the majesty of their elegant stems and striking looking blooms. We have selected some very different Iris varieties for you to choose from, each with their own special characteristics, so you can have Iris in flower from April to July/August.

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Iris 'Orange Chariot' - German Bearded Iris | Perennial Bareroot Plant

Iris 'Orange Chariot' - German Bearded Iris | Perennial Bareroot Plant£4.99

Bright orange centres & beards with a lighter orange slightly ruffled petals make this beauty of an iris stand out in any early summer garden display.

Iris Immortality| Perennial Bare Root Plant

Iris Immortality| Perennial Bare Root Plant£4.99

  (1)Vigorous and reliable, repeat flowering tall bearded iris. 
Iris pumila 'Tickety Boo' - Standard Bearded Iris | Perennial Bareroot Plant

Iris pumila 'Tickety Boo' - Standard Bearded Iris | Perennial Bareroot Plant£4.99

‘Tickety Boo’ is a newer compact variety of dwarf iris with unusual soft pink/mushroom coloured flowers with a blue/indigo beard. 

Iris sibirica 'Blue Bird' - Siberian Iris | Perennial Bare Root Plant

Iris sibirica 'Blue Bird' - Siberian Iris | Perennial Bare Root Plant£4.99

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This iris will attract plenty of attention, The sapphire blue flowers are very striking and will make a great addition to your summer displays.

Iris sibirica 'How Audacious' - Siberian Iris | Perennial Bare Root Plant

Iris sibirica 'How Audacious' - Siberian Iris | Perennial Bare Root Plant£5.99

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Audacious by name and nature. With spectacular flowers of purple with yellow.

Iris sibirica 'Painted Woman' - Siberian Iris (Peacock Butterfly Series) | Perennial Bare Root Plant

Iris sibirica 'Painted Woman' - Siberian Iris (Peacock Butterfly Series) | Perennial Bare Root Plant£5.99

This iris needs to be seen to be believed. Pearl coloured standards, the upper petals, with glorious red-violet veins.

Iris sibirica Currier| Perennial Bare Root Plant

Iris sibirica Currier| Perennial Bare Root Plant£5.99

Named after the breeder, Currier McEwan, this beautiful Iris flowers in May and June bringing its distinct deep violet-red flowers and eye-catching white veined markings to grace early summer borders.
  
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