BEVERLY SILLS Award-Winning Bearded Iris
Zones 3-9–Destined for greatness in your garden. A selection of some of the most acclaimed tall bearded iris, awarded highest honors by the American Iris Society. Select #1 size bareroot rhizomes. All bearded iris are shipped from mid-August through September.
12683–HELLO DARKNESS–Wister Medal 1998, Dykes Medal 1999 Large blooms are near-black, displaying just a hint of purple in sun- light. The flowers have thick substance, velvety texture and ruffled petal edges. Early midseason. 37 inches tall.
12605–BEVERLY SILLS–Dykes Medal 1985–This lacy, coral-pink iris has exquisite form. A vigorous grower with high bud count. One of our most popular irises. Early midseason. 35 inches tall.
12687–HONKY TONK BLUES–Wister Medal 1994, Dykes Medal 1995–This multiple award winner produces striking blooms displaying multiple shades of blue that create a rhythmic cadence of color. Stems are triple branched with 10 buds. Blooms midseason. 37 inches tall.
12627–DRAMA QUEEN–Wister Medal 2009, Dykes Medal 2011. A well-named plicata with standards of dark rose-purple and falls of gold, dramatically overlaid with matching rose-purple veining and banding. Early midseason. 38 inches tall.
12758–STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN–Wister Medal 1999, Dykes Medal 2000–Perfectly arched near-white standards and round, flaring, me- dium blue falls are gifted with wide wave-like ruffles. Strong stems bear 8 to 10 buds each. Early midseason. 39 inches tall.
12751–SILVERADO–Wister Medal 1993, Dykes Medal 1994–Extrava- gant ruffling adorns the broad and heavily substanced petals of this cool, silvery-blue iris. Each stem bears 8 to 9 buds each. Always a garden sensation. Midseason. 38 inches tall.
12621–CONJURATION–Wister Medal 1998, Dykes Medal 1998–This captivating beauty has white standards delicately tinted with blue-vi- olet toward the ruffled petal edges and coordinating snow-white falls bordered with ¾ inch bands of deep amethyst-violet. White horns ex- tend from the striking tangerine beards. Late midseason. 40 inches tall.
12676–GOLDEN PANTHER–Wister Medal 2006, Dykes Medal 2009 Heavily ruffled golden petals are embellished with darker bronze shad- ings and veining. Strong stems yield 3 branches holding 8 to 10 double and triple-socketed buds. A standout! Midseason. 34 inches tall.
12618–BRIDE’S HALO–Dykes Medal 1978–Frilled and laced satin white blooms are trimmed with a precise yellow-gold margin that’s most pronounced on the falls. Early midseason. 36 inches tall.
12663–EDITH WOLFORD–Dykes Medal 1993–This stunning bicolor has exceptional form and ruffling, the standards light canary-yellow and the falls medium blue-violet. A vigorous, heavy bloomer present- ing up to 9 buds on a branch. Midseason. 35 inches tall.
12721–PAUL BLACK–Wister Medal 2009, Dykes Medal 2010–One of the top-rated iris today, winner of multiple awards for all-around excellence. The large, ruffled flowers are smoothly saturated in a neon shade of purple that glows, made even more eye-popping by orange beards sizzling at their centers. Each tall stem bears 11 to 12 triple- socketed buds. Mid-to-late season. 42 inches tall.
PRICE OF AWARD-WINNING BEARDED IRIS (per variety): Each $4.75; 3 for $11.95; 6 for $21.95; 12 for $39.95
AWARD-WINNING BEARDED IRIS OFFER #1
12783 (X)–1 each of Hello Darkness, Stairway to Heaven, Conjura- tion, Bride’s Halo, Drama Queen and Silverado (6 plants) for $22.95
AWARD-WINNING BEARDED IRIS OFFER #2
12784 (X)–1 each of Beverly Sills, Honky Tonk Blues, Golden Pan- ther, Paul Black and Edith Wolford (5 plants) for $17.95
COMBINATION AWARD-WINNING IRIS OFFER 12792 (X)–1 each of all 11 varieties offered for $39.95
ORDER TOLL FREE EDITH WOLFORD Phone: 1-800-247-5864 Fax: 1-800-692-5864 BRIDE’S HALO CONJURATION GOLDEN PANTHER STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN SILVERADO
HONKY TONK BLUES
GROWING GERMAN BEARDED IRIS–Plant in a location with good drainage, fertile soil and at least ½ day of sun. Set rhizomes 18 to 24 inches apart, with no more than an inch of soil covering the rhizome. In northern areas, mulch- ing the first winter is recommended to prevent plants from heaving out of the ground due to frost. Plant heights may vary slightly from those described due to soil conditions, climate and other factors. Plants bloom in May and June.
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