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TB Iris Inkblot


(Keppel, 2018) Tall Bearded Iris with standards and style arms that are a simple enough reed yellow, but oh the falls! There is a concord purple area flowing down from the tip of the beards, widening and lightening in what looks like a “waterfall” pattern carrying a thin pale foxglove violet central line.

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Height 37" (94 cm), Late midseason bloom.
Standards and style arms reed yellow (M&P 10-I-1); falls concord (45-K-12) area from tip of beard widening and lightening (44-J-12) in waterfall pattern to near distal edge, thin pale foxglove (42-H-9) central line, large conspicuous blotch darker than pyrethrum yellow (11-L-2) to either side of beard, all edges blended olive sheen (13-K-3) to hemp (14-H-4), faintly flushed slate-purple (46-I-6); beards yellow ochre (11-L-7) in throat and middle, ends tan-yellow and lavender-blue mix.

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More Information

K. Keppel
USDA Hardiness Zone
4 through 9
Bloom Time
Late Spring
Bloom Color
Yellow & Purple
Mature Height
Tall (28-40 inches)
Attracts Pollinators
Gardening Tips
Irises will absolutely not tolerate wet feet (too much water will cause the rhizomes to rot) and require very well-drained soil at all times of the year.


Bearded Iris Care

Planting Instructions and Plant Care for Bearded Iris Rhizomes and Plants

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