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TB Iris Mixed Signals


(Keith Keppel 2016) Tall Bearded Iris with silvery lavender standards that have a tan marginal band, plus fine plumbago violet veins toward the outer edge. Falls are nightshade purple, but with a large white blaze

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Height 31" (79 cm), Early midseason bloom. Standards pale lavender (M&P 41-A-2 to 41-AB-4), ³⁄₈˝ to ¾˝ tan (13-J-5) border, finely veined plumbago (46-CD-6); style arms mimosa yellow (10-J-Z) and white; falls dark purple (48-L-12) lightening to nightshade (47-H-11) to damson (45-J-11) to a mix of violet-blue (43-H-11) and white veined damson, slight yellow flash below beard; beards solid cadmium-yellow (9-L-8) to cadmium orange (9-L-10).

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More Information

K. Keppel
USDA Hardiness Zone
4 through 9
Bloom Time
Late Spring
Bloom Color
White & 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.