Iris x pseudata, derived from hybridization of Iris pseudacorus with Japanese Iris (Iris ensata) and were created to bring the yellow to Iris ensata. From this junction were born sterile but vigorous plants with blooms that last up to three weeks. They are grown in the pond surrounded by up to 20 cm of water. A rarity, especially in Europe.
The first hybrid between iris pseudacorus iris ensata. He has pale yellow flowers with large, soft petals and pale green leaves. Suitable to be cultivated immersed in water up to 20 cm depth. Sterile plant, not sensitive to frost
Spectacular large yellow flowers with brown veins. One of the first hybrids of Iris x pseudata. Should be placed up to 20 cm deep at the edge of a pond or on moist soil in full sun or partial shade.
Water iris, rare, with large and elegant creamy yellow flowers. Late spring flowering. maximum of 20 cm depth.
Rare Water Iris with salmon pink flowers that fade to purple towards the center. Bloom late spring. Hybrid between Iris pseudacorus and iris ensata.
Water iris by striking reddish purple flowers rich in pastel shades. Suitable for ponds and natural pools, up to a depth of 20 cm. Rare and recent varieties.
New varieties of water iris with large white flowers with purple eye-marc and yellow in the center. It grows on damp soil up to immersion in 20 cm of water. Bloom between May and July.
Rare hybrid, of iris marsh busty pale yellow flowers with purple streaks in the center. Reaches 80 cm in height, lives on moist soil or immersed in water up to 20 cm. Suitable for all types of pond.