Here you will find irises that could not be included in any of the above groups. It could be, for example botanical species, or hybrids of beardless irises of Spuria group. These are later, usually in June, flowering, high slim plants, very suitable for planting in dry places. We will expand this offer in the coming years.
Gold standards with center blended violet to plum, falls with a white area around beards heavily washed violet to dark burgundy with plicata dotting over cream haft Beards medium grey-orange with violet at ends. Pronounced spicy fragrance. Height 60 cm, belongs to Intermediate Bearded group.
Yellow edged leaves year round. Light blue self, standards and falls slightly ruffled. Beards yellow in throat, light blue at tips. Midseason bloom. Strong and very pleasant fragrance.
White edged leaves year round. Light blue self, standards and falls slightly ruffled. Beards yellow in throat, light blue at tips. Midseason bloom. Strong and very pleasant fragrance.
Natural species growing on sunny places, fully frost-resistant in Czech Republic and Germany. Standards white, falls white, bented down. Beards white. Height 50-60 cm. Flowering time May. Fine iris for sunny flowerbeds.
Flowers of a very faintly bluish shade rather than pure white with some greenish-yellow veining on the haft and a deep yellow beard. Wild species, coming from Italy and Southern Europe. Flowers very pleasantly fragrant!
Flowers deep yellow to golden yellow. Wild plant coming from Turkey. Only other two wild species of the Spuria group of irises have yellow flowers - I. spuria subsp. halophila and I. crocea. Plant height 80-100 cm, frost resistant in Czech Republic.