The listing is in Alphabetical order. These bearded Irises are prime plants which are dug at the end of the summer and shipped directly to you for your enjoyment.
Be sure to look at the 2014 new introductions. See the home page for the link to New Introductions. Order early some varieties have a very limited supply.
Feel free to email us if our stock is too low for you to order what you want. We may be able to supply more than what is listed.
We have a very large collection of reblooming Irises as well as Tall bearded Iris and Space Age Irises.
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Chailey Iris Garden
- Bearded Irises
Holford Manor, Holford Manor Lane, North Chailey, Lewes, East Sussex BN8 4DU
Phone: 01444 470157
(Margie Valenzuela, 2012) TB,
Pamela Rae - is special. I was contacted and asked if I could name an iris after someone's daughter who is now deceased. She wanted a "memorial" for her daughter. So I showed her a couple of seedling photos and she chose this one. I'll be a wonderful and lasting tribute to her life and to her family. Note the pink-peach shoulders accentuating the over-all peach coloring. It's also a healthy, strong plant, a good grower; and a dependable bloomer year after year with laced edges. Such a worthy iris for anyone's garden. Sldg. JTLD-05-3c, TB. 31" Mid-season. Stands. and style arms are peach. Falls are a paler peach and lighter in the center. At the shoulders the color is a deep peach/warm pink w/ short lines near in color.
Parentage: Joyce Terry x Lovely Dawn.
(Margie Valenzuela, 2013) Seedling PPST-07-09 (mid-season) 34" Tall, TB.
An eye-catching PINK-pink. Its' falls look to be an even richer pink with a pronounced white area around the beard sporting pink plicata markings. Vigorous grower and increaser, decent branching, and great color!
Parentage: Sdlg. #DC-05-8 (a pristine pink pearl TB) x Spring Fling.