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Iris cristata

Iris cristata

Common Name: Dwarf Crested Iris (No Advance Orders)

Elegant groundcover for a well drained location. tolerates full sun in areas that are consistently moist. NAO

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Iris cristata 'Alba'

Iris cristata 'Alba'

Common Name: Dwarf Crested Iris (No Advance Orders)

White version of the above groundcover for a well drained location. Tolerates full sun in areas that are consistently moist. NAO

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Iris cristata 'Powder Blue Giant'

Iris cristata 'Powder Blue Giant'

Common Name: Dwarf Crested Iris (No Advance Orders)

A diminutive mat-forming wildflower cultivar. In spring plants carpet the ground with myriads of blue-violet irises.  This spring beauty prospers in woodland settings with average well drained soils. NAO. 

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Iris cristata 'Tennessee White'

Iris cristata 'Tennessee White'

Common Name: Dwarf crested iris (No Advance Orders)

Prolific, white blooms with yellow crests. Tends to bloom earlier and longer than the straight species. Adaptable and vigorous, it will quickly form a groundcover. NAO

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Iris fulva

Iris fulva

Common Name: Copper Iris (No Advance Orders)

If you've got moisture to give, this beauty is for you. Iris fulva has three inch copper-red flowers that appear more flat than a typical iris. This species is attractive to hummingbirds and many bee species. NAO

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Iris versicolor

Iris versicolor

Common Name: Blue flag

Iris versicolor is a vigorous perennial that forms small colonies from a network of underground rhizomes.  Plants produce clumps of distinctive narrow pointed leaves. In spring, foliage is topped by lovely blue irises. This unique wild…

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Iris virginica

Iris virginica

Common Name: Southern blue flag

Easy to grow. Will do well in average garden soil, but is more at home in wetter conditions, even shallow water and brackish tidal marshes. The roots provide excellent soil stabilization. 

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