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Siberian Iris (SIB)
The Siberian Iris is a perfect plant for a mixed border...
or for endless perennial combinations. They are low-maintenance and have beautiful foliage. Siberian Irises grow from 10" up to 48" tall.
Cascadia Iris Gardens boasts a fine collection of newer hybrids mixed with some of our favorite oldies. All were chosen for their beauty, variety, and ease of growth.
Siberian Irises readily adapt to most climates and soil types. Please see the Growing Instructions for more information.
(Dunlop, 2012) 26" Tetraploid
Rose red with blue highlights.
(Dunlop, 2009) 28" Tetraploid
Two tone blue violet. Really great form!
(Schafer/Sacks, 2016) 29"
Bright blue standards over yellow falls heavily washed and veined blue.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2009) 32" but blooms taller for me.
Smoky white standards with subtle violet veins. Smoky white falls, washed and veined violet.
Fun hints of yellow on the blue-green style arms.
(Bauer/Coble, 2010) 30"
Velvety, dark blue violet bitone.
Margaret and I both love this iris. We used it as both a mother and father in our hybridizing last year and could not be more excited about the possibilities! Take a peek at Swans In Flight and Carnivalito to see who the other parents were.
(Hollingworth, 1996) 32" Tetraploid
Medium blue with a white signal. Butterfly approved. Morgan-Wood medal winner!
(Wendel, 2009) 25"
Medium blue with a rosy fall spot surrounding a small white signal. Reblooms for us.
(Witt, 1972) 40"
Soft blue white coloring. Subtly gorgeous.
Jean handed this to me one day and told me I needed to grow it. She did not tell me for how long. Now that she has passed away, I cannot ask her so I guess I will have to grow it forever.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2015) 28"
Creamy yellow falls washed and veined violet.
Yikes! This iris really draws attention. It has a flower unlike any other we grow and it is a vigorous grower. Marty and Jan really outdid themselves with this one.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2004) 25"
Red violet standards with darker falls.
(Hollingworth, 2012) 30"
Medim blue lavender with a prominent dusky rose center stripe and veining. Very unique!
(Aitken, 2005) 40"
Tall with a large flower. Red violet with a fine white rim.
(Dunlop, 2014) 34" Tetraploid
Red violet with a blue halo around a prominent white signal.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2009) 29"
Pale red violet standards over darker falls. The turquoise blue style arms really set this one off!
(Dunlop, 2005) 30" Tetraploid
Light blue standards over medium blue falls.
(Hollingworth, 2007) 30"
Medium red violet standards above darker falls.
(Hollingworth, 2010) 28"
Multipetal - a glorious mass of creamy white petals with bright yellow signals.
(McEwen, 1981) 28" Tetraploid
White with green veins and signal. Buds and reverse of falls also show green.
(Hollingworth, 1999) 33" Tetraploid
Medium blue standards. Creamy falls heavily stippled blue toward the edges. An excellent rebloomer here.
(Hollingworth, 2010) 37"
Red violet with a diffused blue blaze. Excellent rebloomer for us.
(Copeland, 2011) 20"
Standards are light lavender with a hint of rose. The falls are rose-violet with a blue halo around chartreuse signals. The turquoise style arms really pull it all together.
A truly gorgeous iris from Jim Copeland.
(Copeland, 1994) 31"
Rosy red violet with a blue halo and light violet styles.
(Witt, 1972) 30"
Blue standards over white falls veined blue.
Jean Witt told me this was very possibly a pure I. sibirica clone. The flower has the look. If true, it forms the most tidy clump of any sibirica clone I have seen.
(McGarvey, 1970) 32"
A unique 28X40 siberian hybrid. Standards are blue fading to yellow. Falls are yellow fading to blue. Awesome!
(Schafer/Sacks, 2004) 25"
Our favorite blue siberian. Excellent color and form.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2011) 33"
Amethyst purple. Lighter at the edges. A fun colored iris that reblooms for us!
(McGarvey, 1989) 36"
A really good white iris.
(Hollingworth, 2012) 33" Tetraploid
Red violet with a large white signal.
A different sort of rebloomer for us. Most reblooming siberians take a few weeks off and then send up another flush of bloom stalks. This one sends a few at a time for a very long season. Hail To The Chief was still blooming in August when all of my JIs were done.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2009) 24"
Standards are pale lavender. Falls are brick red with a gold signal. Stunning!
(Hollingworth, 2012) 34"
Blue violet fading to red violet. White wire rim and dashes on the falls.
(Cole, 2008) 30"
Creamy white with subtle green veins. The best foliage in the Siberian world. Love it!
(M. Smith, 2007) 23"
Dark burgundy with a blue halo and veins.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2009) 26"
Yellow bitone. Small but bright flower!
(Schafer/Sacks, 2006) 25"
Blue with excellent form on a fairly short stalk.
Funny story... I got this iris as a door prize when I was at a Greater Portland Iris Society event. I remember thinking "why do I need anther blue Siberian iris." But, like a good iris judge would do, I planted it and waited for it to bloom. The moment it did bloom, I said out loud "THAT is why I need another blue Siberian!" Such good form and, as a bonus, a fairly short iris. This would make a great front-to-middle of the perennial bed plant.
(Bauer/Coble, 2000) 32"
Dark burgundy with a blue halo and veins. Reblooms for us!
(Schafer/Sacks, 2009) 30"
Standards are medium red. Falls are a dark red with a bright gold signal. Our best "Red" iris.
(Cole, 2005) 34" Tetraploid
This iris truly has it all. Stunning red violet with a blue blaze. Excellent foliage. A good bud count. It even reblooms occassionally for us! This should be in every garden.
(Hollingworth, 2014) 33" Tetraploid
Large flowered, two-toned blue with a gold underlay and signal. A really excellent iris!
(Bauer/Coble, 2013) 30"
Dark red violet with a blue flush around the yellow and white signal.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2012) 20"
We cannot grow this one fast enough! Paprika red with lighter standards. Order early.
(Hewitt, 2009) 37" Tetraploid
Dark blue with a fine gold edge. British Dykes Medal winner!
(Hollingworth, 2012) 25"
Dark purple flower with a white signal. Makes a beautiful clump that can be the focal point of any perennial bed.
(Schafer/Sacks, 1992) 36"
Lavender standards over red violet falls with a blue blaze. Except that this description really does not describe it. Gorgeous is more accurate. Morgan-Wood Medal winner!
(Hollingworth, 2002) 33" Tetraploid
Red violet with a blue violet wash. Morgan-Wood Medal winner!
(Hewitt, 2009) 27" Tetraploid
Red violet with a blue halo. British Dykes Medal winner!
(Hollingworth, 1994) 29" Tetraploid
Red violet with a prominent white signal. One of the best! Morgan-Wood Medal winner!
(Schafer/Sacks, 1999) 28"
Bright yellow with subtle green veins. Reblooms for us!
(Hollingworth, 2006) 33"
Very large all white flowers. Makes a spectacular clump. The first beardless iris to win the US Dykes Medal!
(Dunlop, 2006) 32" Tetraploid
Blue violet standards over red violet falls veined darker.
(Schafer/Sacks, 2009) 37"
The largest flower of our yellow Siberians. Patrick's favorite yellow.
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