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One of the Benton tall bearded Iris from the late Sir Cedric Morris' garden at Benton Hall. A paler version of Kent Pride with soft beige standards and ivory falls with beige stained edges..
One of the best of teh Benton series bred by the late Sir Cedric Morris. Tall bearded iris with strong purple standards and deep, velvety, inky purple falls with a vibrant paler purple edg..
Bred by Sir Cedric Morris. Tall bearded iris that has buff yellow standards with white falls edged buff yellow and an orange beard. Height to 90cm. Well drained soil in sun. Lift and split..
Tall bearded iris. Narrow green leaves with large white flowers edged blue to 90cm in May and June. Well drained soil in sun.
Tall bearded Iris introduced in 1957. Pale lemon standards with bronze red falls. A stately and impressive Iris for the back of a well drained, sunny border in sun. Great when planted in drifts
Deepest indigo blue, almost black flowers in June-July. Any fertile, moisture retentive soil in sun or part shade. Height and spread to around 50cm. Best in a boggy area in sun or beside water.
Dramatic black flowers appear in June-July above narrow sword shaped green leaves. This clump-forming, beardless iris, related to the moisture-loving Siberian iris, makes an eyecatching feature in ..
Dusky cream standards with red, bronze falls and bright orange beards. Grow in full sun in well drained soil. Height to about 80cm. When planting make sure some of the rhizome is exposed.
A very special iris that bares gorgeous white petals with edges of violet on the falls, which are ever-so slightly ruffled on the fringes. Flowers from may to June. Full sun in well drained soil. H..