This adorable little iris produces sweetly perfumed, light lemon yellow blossoms with a white beard on short stems atop its sword-like, green foliage starting in early May. (Yes, it's in bloom now!) Makes a sea of yellow at the front of your border or along a walkway, and the foliage looks good all summer.
Gorgeous planted among pink and blue spring bloomers such as Grape Hyacinths, Forget-me-nots, or Fringed Bleeding Hearts. One of the very best reblooming dwarf irises, flowering reliably again in early to mid-fall. Blooms prolifically and quickly forms an impressive clump. 10" tall.
Winner of the highest award bestowed on Standard Dwarf Bearded Irises, the Cook-Douglas Medal!