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Selected varieties and originations of bearded iris at Shanunga Iris Gardens [price list]]

by Shanunga Iris Gardens

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catalogs,
  • Varieties,
  • Bulbs (Plants),
  • Nursery stock,
  • Nurseries (Horticulture),
  • Prices,
  • Irises (Plants),
  • Roots

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMrs. Walter E. Tobie
    ContributionsTobie, Walter E., Mrs, Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet (6 unnumbered pages) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26452117M
    OCLC/WorldCa929870885

    Iris germanica (Bearded Iris) are showy garden additions with their attractive swordlike leaves and incredibly beautiful flowers. Blooming in early summer, with some Iris varieties reblooming later in the summer, they are easy to grow and low maintenance plants. Bearded Irises are available in a wide range of size (from dwarf bearded iris to tall bearded iris), color, some are fragrant, all. The many different species vary from low ground covers such as Iris cristata at only 6 inches tall to some of the large Japanese iris at 3 to 4 feet tall. Bearded iris ranges from about 6 inches in the miniatures to more than 3 feet in the large types. Growth Rate. Iris are dependable, long-lived perennials. Their growth rate varies by species.

      Plant German iris “bulbs”, actually rhizomes, even with the soil. Planting too deeply encourages rot. Plant rhizomes in a loamy, well-draining soil. Growing German iris plants prefer a full sun location, but will bloom in light shade. Division of German Iris. Growing German iris is an easy way to add color to the spring and summer garden. Bearded iris should be planted in a well prepared and fertile soil in an open position that gets as much sun as possible. Avoid the use of animal manures near the rhizomes as this may induce rot. We like to incorporate a small handful of an month slow release fertilizer in the soil at planting time. Bearded iris like an alkaline soil so the.

    A remarkable bicolor Tall Bearded Iris, Iris 'Magharee' produces nicely ruffled pearl white standards, delicately flushed pale pink at their midribs, and sitting above rich salmon-pink falls, elegantly edged with a pure white ribbon. Quite flamboyant, the bright tangerine beards add a nice contrast. The large blooms rise up to 36 inches high (90 cm). Iris, genus of about species of plants in the family Iridaceae, including some of the world’s most popular and varied garden flowers, centred in the north temperate of its most handsome species, however, are native to the Mediterranean and central Asian areas. The iris is the fleur-de-lis of the French royalist standard. It is a popular subject of Japanese flower arrangement.


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Selected varieties and originations of bearded iris at Shanunga Iris Gardens [price list]] by Shanunga Iris Gardens Download PDF EPUB FB2

Shanunga Iris Gardens, selected varieties and originations of bearded iris / Mrs. Walter E. Tobie. Item PreviewPages: 8. 1 folded sheet (4 unnumbered pages) ; 17 cm. This banner text can have : 8. HISTORIC BEARDED IRIS These iris are for viewing pleasure ONLY.

Our historic section this year is small, but will return next year as we are growing our stock back because of. We offer all types of bearded iris as well as some Siberian and Spuria varieties. Specialities With some + varieties we are the holders of the National Collection of "Space Age" iris, but liking "oddities" we also have a collection of 6-fall bearded iris ("flatties") and the only non-bearded bearded.

Bearded Iris grower Nola's Iris Garden is located in the east foothills of San Jose, CA specializing in many varieties of Irises including Border Bearded, Intermediate, Tall, Reblooming and More. Purchase yours Irises now while supplies last. The pictures of their iris are very accurate as well—no weird color treating.

I will continue to work with CIG in the future. Thank you Patrick and Margaret!’ Jeremy M. Overland Park, KS "I have purchased Japanese Iris from Cascadia Iris Gardens for the past 3 years.

I have always received very healthy iris, whether I purchased them spring. The Tall Bearded iris are the nobility of the Iris world. They have stem heights ranging from 28 to 40 inches.

The tall bearded iris are gorgeous flowers that are available in all colors and make superb cut flower arrangements. With 12 buds each, the tall bearded iris are stunning flowers and are the most popular of the bearded iris.

Colonial gardeners grew a handful, but the real glory days for bearded iris began in the mids when breeders in France developed scores of exciting new varieties such as ‘Madame Chereau’.

British and American enthusiasts soon joined in, and by the s iris ranked as one of the top three perennials in American gardens.

Take full advantage of your collection data. We offer a complete collection management system for your botanical garden. With IrisBG Explorer sharing your collection with the public is made easy. Plant care and collection of Irises atwith informative growing guides images of 67, varieties listed.

Bearded Iris are one of the most popular perennials in gardens throughout the world, and we’re not surprised. The endless array of colors and sizes makes them a versatile and show-stopping element of any garden. They are easy to grow, deer-resistant, and multiply each year. Our Bearded Iris Growing Guide will show you how to plant and care for your Bearded Iris.

Selected varieties and originations of bearded iris at Shanunga Iris Gardens [price list]] / (Firm) - Tobie, Walter E., Mrs. - Shanunga Iris Gardens. - Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection.

BHL Collections: Seed & Nursery Catalogs. Shanunga Iris Gardens, selected varieties and originations of bearded iris. Dwarf Bearded Iris are the smallest we offer.

With a bloom height of cm. Blooming in spring from September to October. They are great in a rockery or at the front of a border. The Japanese roof iris is one of the best iris species for anyone entering the world of the iris. This small iris to fifty centimetres is a perfect choice for garden borders or edging in smaller gardens and is often confused as a dwarf bearded iris in its flower shape.

Most irises below are tall bearded (TB) irises; a few are Intermediate Bearded (IB) or other types of bearded iris. At the end of this list is our one historic Siberian iris; we hope to add more over time.

Photos are by Nancy McDonald, and in the public domain, unless otherwise noted. A big "Thank you!". Varieties of Iris. New named varieties of bearded iris are developed for commercial sale every year, and the ranking of the most popular irises, conducted annually by the American Iris Society, changes frequently.

When looking for irises to plant, it's a good idea to look for those that have won well-known awards, such as the Dykes medal. Above: Iris ‘Daphne’ dates toa tall bearded iris bred by English iris collector Arthur Bliss. For more, see Bearded Irises: A Lost Generation of Flowers Has a Momen t.

And if the idea of joining forces with other gardeners to save endangered plants appeals to you but irises aren’t your thing, keep your eye on Doug Paschall. Beardless Iris Sales close August 30th. Simply put, a Beardless Iris is any iris without a beard. In the place of the beard, there will typically be what we call a signal.

The signal is a spot of contrasting color on the petal that draws the bees in to do their work pollinating the flowers. The variety of Beardless Irises is seemingly endless. Amazing Iris Garden celebrates the Iris in all its varieties, colours and forms.

A flower named after the Greek word for rainbow, the Iris is a wonderful starting point for any budding garden enthusiast, from amateur to expert. Iris pallida 'Albo Variegata' Iris pallida: Dalmation Iris Iris pallida offers some striking foliage colors to the genus.

We carry Iris pallida 'Albo Variegata' (white and green) and 'Aureo Variegata' (yellow and green) which are absolutely stunning spring through fall.

Large lilac blue flowers have a wonderful fruity fragrance. Grows in full sun to partial shade in zones. The iris is a hardy herbaceous perennial. The Iris family includes over varieties in a wide spectrum of colors, including purple and blue iris.

The Bearded Iris and the Siberian Iris are two of the most common types of iris that are grown in the United States. There are two major groups of iris, rhizome iris and bulbous irises.Iris plants are easy to grow, bursting with color, and water thrifty.

Perennial Iris are tough, hardy perennials and a welcome sign of summer. Many of our Bearded Iris varieties are re-blooming. When promptly deadheaded in early summer, the plants re-bloom in late summer/early fall with nearly as many flower stalks as in the spring.

Bearded iris need good air circulation. Plant them a minimum of 16 to 18 inches apart (less space for dwarf irises and more for tall bearded iris varieties). Do not mulch. Mulching helps the soil retain moisture, and too much moisture will cause the rhizomes to rot.

Remove seedpods that form after the blooms have faded.