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The Dutch Iris Special

Iris span a huge range of colorful varieties, among which bulbous Iris hollandica, or Dutch Iris also known as The Goddess of the Rainbow, are the most popular in the U.S. Hybridized in the early 1900s from Iris xiphium, a 16th century Spanish native, these deer-proof, light, airy flowers create magical displays in late spring gardens and bouquets. The standards are the inner, upright petals. The falls are the outer petals that open downward to reveal a contrasting color on the petals' spines.

Dutch Iris are among the most popularly used in florists’ late spring arrangements. Imagine the bouquets that you will cut from your own garden!

Individually bagged and labeled, it is specially priced 20% less than our already terrific prices. Normal shipping charges apply. Height: 18” to 22”. Bulb size: 8 cm/up. Bloom time: May/June. Plant 6” deep and 6” apart. Horticultural zones 5-8.

  • 50 Iris hollandica Alaska: White, yellow blotches.
  • 50 Iris hollandica Montecito: White and sunshine-yellow, mustard-yellow blotches.
  • 50 Iris hollandica Mystic Beauty: Purple-blue and pale lavender, golden blothes.
  • 50 Iris hollandica Silvery Beauty: Flax-blue and cream-white, golden-yellow blotches.
  • Catalog #6631

    Availability: In stock