This cute little MDB iris grows to 6 inches and has a light purplish blue self, with a light violet spot on the falls. The beard is white. Will form nice little patches. She won an award in 1959.
Parentage: Pigmy Gold x April Morn$6.00
This miniature daylily has creamy white flowers which blend to a chartreuse eyezone over a green throat with green veining into the petals. The 18 inch tall plant holds many little blooms that appear midseason and are 2.5 inches. Dormant diploid.
Parentage: (Siloam French Doll x (sdlg x Tante Ju))$7.00
This tiny cutie is perfect at the front of the border, rock garden or pot, at only 10 inches tall. The little 1.5 inch (4 cm) light yellow flowers have a golden throat and start extra early. A dormant, diploid and a rebloomer; and really an exceptional rebloomer too. Blooms into October in the north and will take light frosts. The foliage is very fine, small and grass like.
Parentage: Pizza × (Daily Bread × Bitsy)$7.00
This cute double miniature is 19 inches (48 cm) tall and has a bloom that is 2.87 inches (7 cm). It is a late season bloomer that will rebloom; an evergreen, diploid with 35 buds on 4 branches that doubles 95% of the time. Coral pink with pale rouge eye above a yellow throat. I feel it looks kind of rusty orange sometimes. It won the Eugene S. Foster Award for outstanding late cultivars.
Parentage: Penny Pinsley × Tropical Delight$10.00
An interesting name for such a cute miniature. It is
20 inch tall (51 cm) with a 2.5 inch bloom (6 cm). It is a mid season blooming dormant, diploid with extended bloom and sometimes it reblooms. It has 30 buds on 3 branches. Cream with bright fuchsia, feathered eyezone and blue halo above an apple green throat.
Parentage: Janice Brown × Siloam Sugar Time$9.00
By Smith 2009
Neither words nor photos can describe the beauty of this little blue violet iris. He blooms early and can be 11 inches tall but is shorter for me on sandy soil. He is very ruffled with falls that are held wide. The blue violet color intensifies around the snow white beards, where a white eyelash pattern is also seen. A light spicy fragrance is a bonus.$7.00
By Willott – 1986
This cute little iris is fast growing and very hardy. It is about 4 inches tall and blooms early. It is slightly ruffled with bright yellow standards. The falls are reddish brown and are edged with the same yellow as the standards. The beards are orange/yellow.
Parentage: (Mystic Midnight x Banbury Ruffles) x Inca Idol$5.00
By DeGroot 2000
Orange Flurry is a cute little plant, it is both miniature, with 2.5 inch flowers, and dwarf, at only 17 inches tall. It is ruffled and kind of an apricot color with hints of gold, a prominent gold mid rib and a gold throat. There is also a rusty eye band. This cutie blooms early mid-season but also reblooms and has a fragrance. The plant is listed as a single flower but often doubles or produces a poly for me.$8.00
By Aden 1976
This early mid-season rebloomer has been around a while but it is just as cute as ever. It is a true miniature with 1.75 inch cheery yellow flowers and a true dwarf at only 10 inch tall. One thing that is not diminutive is the show that it puts on. Some days you can barely see the foliage due to the the number of flowers. Great as an edger or in containers.
Parentage: (sdlg × Lolabelle)$9.00