Siberian Iris (SIB)

Siberian irises have graceful flowers on a grass-like foliage plant. These are hybrids from species native to central Eurasia; they are very strong, hardy, and adaptable in the perennial bed. Tetraploid (tet.) plants generally have stockier-looking flowers, foliage, and stems than diploids (dip.).
Peak bloom season for Siberian Irises at Mt Pleasant Iris Farm is the last two weeks of May. Some iris bloom before others and others later. Help to extend your bloom in the garden select Early, Mid-Season, and Late varieties. Some iris will send a second flush of Repeat bloom (RE) a few weeks after the initial flush. This is not guaranteed, however with the right culture and weather temperatures it can be a wonderful bonus to your garden.
Zone 3 – 8 (9?)
Early-E
Mid-M
Late-L
Repeat bloom-RE

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Blueberry Brandy Bauer/Coble 2010
$12.00
Rich dark blue-violet,
ruffled
Dip. 30″
M
 

Blueberry Fair
Hollingworth 1997
$12.00
Bi-tone rich blue-violet, very ruffled Tet. 32″
M
 

 

Butterscotch Fizz Schafer/Sacks
2013
$12.00
Multiple color layers blend into warm butterscotch
Dip. 32″
M
 

Siberian iris Cape Cod Boys plant

Cape Cod Boys Schafer/Sacks
2009
$12.00

Mid-blue-violet
Dip. 27″
M-RE
 

Siberian iris Careless Sally

Siberian Iris Careless Sally plant

Careless Sally Schafer/Sacks 1996
$12.00
Light orchid with turquoise styles and gold signals
Dip. 20″
M
 

Siberian iris Chatter Box Belle

Chatter Box Belle McEwen
1991
$12.00
Mid blue violet
Tet. 32″
EM
 

Siberian iris Concord Crush

Concord Crush Bauer/Coble
2010
$12.00
Full multiple falls of rich violet, great flower form
Tet. 32″
M
 

Siberian iris Dear Currier Siberian iris Dear Currier

Dear Currier Dunlop
2005
$12.00
Ruffled dark grey-blue with a violet wash, upright styles are much lighter and showy
Tet. 30″
ML
 

Siberian iris Fresh Notes

Fresh Notes Schafer/Sacks 2004
$12.00

Fall bright blue with lighter styles and standards, crisp gold signal
Dip. 20″
M
 

 

Siberian iris Great Falls Love

Siberian iris Great Falls Love

Great Falls Love Cole
2007
$12.00
Standard ruffled deep violet, fall ruffled darker violet with blue undertones. Note: Large 4-inch flowers Tet. 32″
L
 

Siberian iris Hot Hot Hot

Hot Hot Hot Hollingworth
2015
$12.00
Bright red violet
Dip. Reg at 35″
grows for us 22″-25″
E
 

Siberian iris Joyce Cole

Joyce Cole  Cole
2006
$12.00
Very ruffled creamy-white with a smooth gold throat blooms late in the season
Tet. 30″
L
 

Siberian iris Kiss The Girl

Kiss The Girl Schafer/Sacks 2004
$12.00

Standard butter yellow, fall bright daffodil yellow
Dip. 28″
M
 

Siberian iris Old Vine Zen

Old Vine Zin Bauer/Coble
2013
$12.00

Rich dark red-violet, blue undertones
Dip. 30″
L
 

Siberian iris Pansy Purple

Siberian iris Pansy Purple

Pansy Purple McEwen
1971
$12.00

A delicate-looking flower of pansy purple in color
Dip. 32″
ML
 

Siberian iris PaprikashSiberian iris Paprikash plant

Paprikash Schafer-Sacks
2012
$12.00
Standard off-white, Fall apricot ground red overlay
Dip. 20″
M
 

Siberian iris Reprise

 

Reprise Warburton 1987
$12.00
Medium blue with red-violet tones that sets a second bloom 2-3 weeks after the first when grown well
Dip. 32″
M-RE
 

Roaring Jelly Schafer-Sacks 1992
$12.00
Red-violet with lighter standards and styles, gold signal
Dip. 36″
M
 

Ships Are Sailing Schafer/Sacks 1998
$12.00
Wide, light ruffled flowers are shades of medium blue. Tall and stately
Dip. 35″
M
 

Siberian iris Somebody Loves MeSiberian iris Somebody Loves Me

Somebody Loves Me Hollingworth 1998
$12.00

Ruffled medium blue, large white blaze
Tet. 32″
EM
 

Swans In Flight Hollingworth 2006
$12.00
White self, very large flowers
Dip. 33″
L
 

Teal Velvet McEwen 2003
$12.00
Dark velvety royal purple, stately clumps
Tet. 32″
E