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Iris PCH 'Purple & White' Pacific Coast Hybrid Iris - Evergreen grasslike clump 12-18" tall by 2' wide w/purple and white flwrs in spring. Sun/Light shade. Occasional watering. Hardy to <15 degrees F.   
Working to get back in the field but currently not available
Iris PCH 'Red Violet' Pacific Coast Hybrid Iris - Evergreen grasslike clump to 12-18" tall by 2' wide w/red-violet flowers in spring. Sun/Light shade. Occasional watering. Hardy to <15 degrees F.   
Working to get back in the field but currently not available
Iris PCH 'Rubies' Pacific Coast Hybrid Iris - Evergreen perennial 12-18" x 2' w/ dark reddish flowers in spring. Sun/Light shade. Little to occasional H20. Hardy to <15 degrees F.   
No longer in production
Iris PCH 'Sky Blue & White' Pacific Coast Hybrid Iris - Evergreen perennial 12-18"-2' wvery pale blue and white flowers in spring. Sun/Light shade. Little to occasional H20. Hardy to <15 degrees F.   
No longer in production
Iris pseudacorus Yellow Flag Iris - Bulb. Sun/Light shade. Moderate to high water needs. Yellow flowers in spring. 3-4' tall. Hardy to <15 degrees F.   
No longer in production
Neomarica caerulea Walking Iris - Evergreen perennial to 5' tall by 3' wide w/deep violet flowers in late spring. Light shade. Water regularly. Hardy to 25-30 degrees F.   
Nivenia corymbosa Woody Iris - Shruby iris w/thickened caudex & slender stems to 2-6' w/blue flowers in summer. Full sun. Well drained soil. Wet to regular irrigation. Hardy to 25?  [Witsenia corymbosa] 
No longer in production
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