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Name Date Color Notes Fragrant Ht. Zones Rarest, Etc.
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Alcazar 1910 lavender & rich purple magnificent & ground breaking 38-40” 3a-8a(10aWC) Rarest, Back
Colonel Candelot 1907 bronze over deep oxblood manly little “red” lightly 30-32” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back
Crimson King 1893 rich claret deep, iridescent red-purple lightly 22-24” 3a-8a(10bWC) Rarest, Back
Flavescens 1813 pale, luminous yellow shimmering & free-flowering lightly 28-30” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back
Honorabile 1840 perky yellow & mahogany short & tough 20-24” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back
Indian Chief 1929 raspberry & bronze shade tolerant 32-36” 3a-8a(10bWC) Rarest, Back
Madame Chereau 1844 white feathered with purple 19th-century star lightly 36” 3a-8a(10bWC) Rarest, Back
Monsignor 1907 violet & deep, velvety claret by Vilmorin-Andrieux richly 28-32” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back
Mrs. George Darwin 1895 white with gold & purple perfect for bouquets 24-26” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back
pallida Dalmatica 1597 pale lavender grape-scented richly 36-38” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back
Plumeri 1888 coppery rose & velvety claret jewel-like brilliance lightly 18-24” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back
Queen of May 1859 rosy lavender the first “pink” iris lightly 28-32” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back
Wyomissing 1909 mist & lavender-pink one of the first American iris 22-24” 3a-8a(10bWC) Back