Reblooming Iris

Take a chance...double your pleasure with rebloom. Beautify your summer table with bouquets of summer perennials mixed with reblooming Iris! (Pictured at left: Peggy Sue mixed with lilies, echinacea and cowslip)
Remontancy, though, is NOT guaranteed. It is often dependent on geographic location, climate conditions and cultural practices. Rebloom may vary from year to year, as well. The varieties pictured below have been registered with the American Iris Society as having been bred to produce bloom stocks more than once in a year (first in the spring, and then again in the late summer or fall).

Pictured at right, "Harvest of Memories" in the foreground and "Feed Back" (background) blooming in November.

TIP: You can sort this list by "Height" to display it in order from the shortest Dwarf Iris to the tallest Tall Bearded Iris.


Again and Again
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Angelwalker
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Autumn Circus
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Autumn Jester
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Autumn Tryst
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Blueberry Tart
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Blue Suede Shoes
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Bountiful Harvest
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Buckwheat
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Cache of Gold
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Cantina
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Champagne Elegance
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Clarence
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Concertina
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Corn Harvest
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Dashing
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Daughter of Stars
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Double Click
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Double Your Fun
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Earl of Essex
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Elainealope
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English Charm
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Eternal Bliss
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Ever Cool
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