IRIS PSEUDACORUS (Yellow Flag or Water Iris)
* Indicates tetraploid
Handle like Louisiana Iris
ALBA 2½ to 3 has pale cream-yellow flowers which fade to white as they mature.
BERLIN TIGER (Tamberg) 3 to 4 a well-branched clone with bright gold flowers having attractive brown veining and edging.
DONAU* - 3 the flowers of this tetraploid are larger in all aspects than those of the type specimen.
DOUBLE (Floraplena) 3 to 4 a selection with nice, green foliage and double flowers of bright gold.
DWARF 2½ to 3 appealing narrow dark green foliage that is more flexible than typical. Showy chrome yellow flowers without veining.
FLORAPLENA: Please see Iris pseudacorus Double above.
HOLDEN CLOUGH (Iris pseudacorus x ?) 3 to 4 branched stalks carry many golden flowers with complimentary purple veining.
IVORY (White) 4 the pale yellow flowers fade to pure white with silvery grey veins an hour or so after opening. It has the same strong foliage as the others.
PRIMROSE 3½ to 4 a vigorous grower with pale yellow flowers.
ROY DAVIDSON (Hager 87) 3½ the bright yellow flowers have dark brown crescent shaped signals and remain open for 3 days.
TALL YELLOW 5 to 6 comes up much earlier than most in the spring forming an impressive plant with giant foliage up to 7 tall in large clumps. Has broad, dark green leaves and chrome yellow flowers.
VARIEGATED 3 a dwarfer form with yellow flowers and green leaves beautifully striped golden yellow that turn all green by mid-summer.
WHITE (Copeland 93) 3½ to 4 this selection has up to 12 nearly white flowers per stalk with purple-brown stitching around the signals.
YELLOW FLAG 4 to 5 a fine, very hardy and vigorous, landscape plant with handsome, dark green leaves up to 4" wide and 5 feet tall. It produces bright yellow flowers on well-branched stems.
WHOLESALE IRIS PSEUDACORUS PRICES LANDSCAPE SPECIALS
100 or more 2.50 each