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Iris Hollandica - Dutch Irises

While called 'Dutch Iris', Iris hollandica never grew wild in the Netherlands. Instead, it is the product of hybridizations carried out by Dutch growers. Tall and slender, it features flowers that are 4 in. wide (10 cm) with flower stalks, surrounded by gray reed-like leaves, that are very sturdy - a quality which makes them quite suitable for use as cut flowers. The color assortment is very wide and includes bicolored varieties. Flowering occurs in late spring to early summer for 2-3 weeks, Dutch Irises are deer and rabbit resistant.

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Iris hollandica 'Apollo' (Dutch Iris)

Dutch Iris 'Apollo' features elegant, large and bold flowers (6 in, 15 cm) with white standards slightly blue tinted and primrose yellow falls with buttercup blotches

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Iris hollandica 'Blue Magic' (Dutch Iris)

Dutch Iris 'Blue Magic' features elegant and showy dark violet-purple flowers with bright yellow markings on their falls

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Iris hollandica 'Casablanca' (Dutch Iris)

Dutch Iris 'Casablanca' (Iris hollandica) features elegant and showy pure white flowers with gold central markings on their falls. The flower stalks are sturdy and surrounded by sword-like leaves.

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Iris hollandica 'Professor Blaauw' (Dutch Iris)

Award-winner Dutch Iris 'Professor Blaauw' features elegant and showy deep violet-blue flowers, about 3-4 inch wide (8-10 cm), with bright yellow central markings on their falls

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Iris hollandica (Dutch Iris)

While called 'Dutch Iris', this iris never grew wild in the Netherlands. Instead, it is the product of hybridizations carried out by Dutch growers. Tall and slender, it features flowers that are 4 in. wide (10 cm) with flower stalks, surrounded by gray reed-like leaves, that are very sturdy - a quality which makes them quite suitable for use as cut flowers.

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