Horned and Spooned Iris are considered new or space age irises. They were first developed by Lloyd Austin in America.
They refer to irises that have a beard which is detached from the fall and points upward.
Spooned iris have an additional petal flounce which extends from the beard.
At present I only have a few, but would like to build up my collection in this area over the coming years.
Tall Bearded Irises - No orders this year.
(Lauer, 2002, USA) 33" Early - Mid
(Sutton 2007) Mid - Late 34"
(Byers 1991) Wister Medal 2000 Dykes Medal 2002
(Johnson 2005) Mid - Late 45"
(Byers 1988) Mid 35" Dykes Medal 1997
(Hager 1990) Mid-Late 40" HM 1992 AM 1995
Sutton 1999, USA Mid - Late 35"
Horned Or Spooned Iris
Due to unprecedented orders for the past couple of years. I have decided to take a year off from orders.
The garden and I can not keep up. Irises will be sold at events only this year.