'Brilliant Idea' it is. A Pure white standard and rich blue banded fall are crowned my a spectacular golden orange beard that calls for willing suspension of disbelief. And it is an easy grower.
|'Brilliant Idea' (TB Keith Keppel 2009)|
'Daring Deception' is a looker, This year's bud production was sparse.
|'Daring Deception' (TB Thomas Johnson 2012)|
You can hear the rustle of an elegant gown. From Asia to the Palazzo Vecchio, this bloom will be loved.
|'Florentine Silk' (TB Keith Keppel 2005)|
Dykes Medal 2012
This bloomed at a reasonable height, but not the 44"promoted. I am glad.
|'Intimidator' (TB Paul Black 2003)|
This is grand opera, a magnum opus. Brava!
|'La Scala' (TB Keith Kappel 2008_|
A bit like daring deception with pastel standards and an obvious orange beard.
|'Liaison' (TB Joseph Ghio 1986)|
Here's a Siberian that appears to have 6 falls. Does it? According to the hybridizer, yes.
|'Rikugi Sakura' (SIB Shidara 1988)|
Mini Montmartre. This tall bearded is not so tall, but fun.
|'Teenybopper' (TB Keith Keppel 2009)|
A large group of this iris is growing by mailbox. I have to hope I wrote this planting down somewhere.
|'Vanity' (TB Ben Hager 1975)|
Dykes Medal 1982
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