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Iberis sempervirens 'Snowflake'

Candytuft
Cushion of evergreen foliage smothered in pure white flowers in 2-3" inflorescences.
Iberis sempervirens 'Snowflake'

Iberis sempervirens 'Tahoe'

Candytuft
Clusters of small, white flowers blanket the wide mound of narrow, evergreen leaves. The compact uniform habit makes it perfect for use as edging or ground cover.
Iberis sempervirens 'Tahoe'

Iberis sempervirens 'Whiteout'

Candytuft
Whiteout delivers more uniform flowering and plant habit than Snowflake or Tahoe. Improved branching and centre fill provides a more attractive finished plant. No pinching needed, for less labour and plant loss.
Iberis sempervirens 'Whiteout'

Ilex decidua

Holly, Deciduous
Ilex decidua

Ilex verticillata

Holly, Winterberry
Ilex verticillata

Iris 'Beverly Sills'

Iris, Tall Bearded
Flamingo pink, lacy blooms with flaring falls. Prolific bloomer and winner of many awards, including the Dykes medal.
Iris 'Beverly Sills'

Iris 'Firebreather'

Iris, Tall Bearded
Striking, luminous orange self with tangerine beards.Blooms in early summer. No garden would be complete without Tall Bearded Irises. Though they have been grown for decades, new and improved hybrids continue to be developed every year and fabulous color combinations have been achieved. The Tall Beardeds bloom after the Dwarf Irises but before the Japanese and Siberian Irises. They are wonderful accent plants for late spring gardens.
Iris 'Firebreather'

Iris 'Larue Boswell'

Iris, Bearded Tall
Larue Boswell has a remarkable flamingo pink bloom with lots of ruffles and a tangerine beard.
Iris 'Larue Boswell'

Iris 'Speeding Again'

Iris, Tall Bearded
Deep blue-violet petals have pure white centers on the ruffled falls. These fragrant flowers bloom in midseason.
Iris 'Speeding Again'

Iris 'War Chief'

Iris, Tall Bearded
Rich ruby colorwith abundance of bloom. Tall strong stems produce four branches with 11-13 buds. War Chief has a non-fading red tone, with bright yellow beards.
Iris 'War Chief'

Iris cristata

Iris, Dwarf Crested
Clouds of pretty blue flowers float just above the foliage for two weeks in April or May. Unlike many iris, the foliage is handsome all through summer. Nice edging plant for the front of a shaded garden or path. Also a good slow moving ground cover.
Iris cristata

Iris cristata 'Tennesse White'

Iris, Dwarf Crested
This delightful selection of our native crested iris came to us from Don Shadow in Winchester, TN. 'Tennessee White' is a vigorous spreader and prolific bloomer, covering the fan-like foliage with brilliant white flowers in spring, each accented with delicate yellow crests. Its late spring show starts earlier and lasts longer than the other selections we've tried.
Iris cristata 'Tennesse White'

Iris ensata 'Variegata'

Iris, Japanese
Green leaves with white edges hold their color all season. Single purple blooms. Needs acid soil and constant moisture during the growing season. Soil should dry out when plant is dormant.
Iris ensata 'Variegata'

Iris fulva

Iris, Copper
Unusual copper color flower is a beardless variety native to swamps and wetlands. Flowers appear in May and June on tall scapes. Bright green foliage is sword shaped. Pollinated by hummingbirds.
Iris fulva

Iris Germanica 'Jurassic Park'

Iris, Bearded
Dramatic Colour Contrast on Huge Blooms! An outstanding iris that has won multiple awards, including the American Iris Society's Wister and President's Cup! Broad, ruffled form and large, well-spaced blooms are blessed with great substance so they keep their good looks a long time in the garden and as cut flowers. Blooms on 34-36" stems in mid spring followed by a second round of blooms in late summer to early fall.
Iris Germanica 'Jurassic Park'

Iris Germanica 'Mary Frances'

Iris, Bearded
Multiple award winner, including the most prestigious award of the American Iris Society, the Dykes Medal in 1979. Fragrant and lovely blue-orchid flowers delicately splashed with pristine white on their falls. Very floriferous, with 6-9 buds per stem and sometimes more!
Iris Germanica 'Mary Frances'

Iris Germanica 'Miniature Smart'

Iris, Bearded
Stunning color in a small package. Very early blooms.
Iris Germanica 'Miniature Smart'

Iris pallida 'Argentea-variegata'

Iris, Sweet
An excellent accent plant with flattened, silvery white leaves with green stripes. Lilac-blue flowers are fragrant.
Iris pallida 'Argentea-variegata'

Iris pallida 'Variegata'

Iris, Sweet
Blue-green leaves with white and cream streaking. Lavender-blue flowers. Foliage looks good all season. Grow in well-drained soil.
Iris pallida 'Variegata'

Iris pseudacorus 'Variegata'

Iris, Yellow Flag
Like the species but new leaves are striped with yellow and green. Foliage turns solid green by midsummer.
Iris pseudacorus 'Variegata'

Iris sibirica 'Butter & Sugar'

Iris, Siberian
Delicate creamy white standards and butter-yellow falls have green-yellow veins. Flowers bloom in May and June. Narrow, dark green, vase shaped foliage remains attractive all season.
Iris sibirica 'Butter & Sugar'

Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother'

Iris, Siberian
Rich, velvet violet flowers bloom after German Iris. Refined, 1/2"-wide leaves form an upright clump that is handsome all summer. Less prone to iris borer and soft rot than other irises.
Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother'

Iris sibirica 'White Swirl'

Iris, Siberian
Delicate ivory-white flowers have a touch of gold near the throat. Blooms in May and June. Narrow, dark green, vase shaped foliage remains attractive all season. Considered one of the finest whites. Less prone to iris borer and soft rot than other irises.
Iris sibirica 'White Swirl'

Iris virginica var. shrevei

Iris, Southern Blue Flag
This moisture-loving iris has fragrant, blue violet flowers with falls crested in yellow and white. Narrow, bright green leaves often lie on the ground or in water.
Iris virginica var. shrevei

Isotoma fluviatilis

Blue Star Creeper
Perfect as a lawn substitute! Excellent between stepping stones and as underplanting. Spreads quickly and sports light blue blossoms throughout the season. Tolerates heavy foot traffic. Evergreen in warm climates; semi-evergreen in cooler areas.
Isotoma fluviatilis

Itea virginica

Sweetspire
Itea virginica
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