In 2018 we will not offer and deliver any plants. We need the time to build new stock of many depleted varieties and of varieties earmarked for introduction.

We hope to be able to come back in 2019 with a new and improved plant offer. We leave our old offer in the net for information only.


Dr. Tomas und Christina Tamberg
Zimmerstr. 3
12207 Berlin
TEL: 0049-30-7124235
FAX: 030 712 02 946

Our terms of delivery:

Minimum order size is € 30,--.  For shipment and packing material  we quote the real costs.

The place of jurisdiction is Berlin

IRIS      (directly to daylily offer)



Iris sibirica WERDERWEIN (Tamberg 2017)

A wine red tetraploid Sibirica with extremely wide falls and strong ruffling. It is the large flowered result of a cross between our variety Großer Wein and a wine red Hollingworth seedling. The flower stems are 90 cm high and have one side branch.

€ 16.--





Iris Tetrasibtosa BLAUWAL (Tamberg 2017)

A Tetra-Sibtosa produced by crossing a light blue Tetrasibtosa with a light blue Tetrasibirica. From this hybrid group this is the variety with so far the largest flowers. Spikes are 90 cm high and often have a double branching. Furthermore, this variety is robust and vigorous.

€ 14,--





Iris Tetrasibtosa SIBTOSA DUKE (Tamberg 2017)

A Tetrasibtosa with velvety violet-blue flowers, derived from a seed mixture taken from a group of fertile Tetrasibtosas. It is fertile and develops its flowers on stems, that are 80 cm high and sometimes show a twofold branching. The falls are flaring and the standards are relatively large.

€ 14,--



Magenta Sibtosa 

Iris sibtosa-Hybride BERLIN MAGENTA (Tamberg 2014)

A 3/1-Tetra-Sibtosa hybrid, derived from the genetic potential of two excellent varieties: ANGENEHME SEEREISE (Winkelmann) x STRAWBERRY FAIR (Hollingworth). The flowers of this iris are relatively  large, wide and wavy and are produced on strong upright stems with up to two side branches. Stems are about 90 cm tall. According to its genetic  composition this variety is nearly sterile.

                             Now sold out for 2017

Magenta Sibtosa 



Lilie von Darmstadt

Iris sibirica LILIE VON DARMSTADT (Tamberg 2017)

A species-like diploid Sibirica, the clumps of which can be covered by a layer of graceful flowers. Stems are slender, self-supporting and well branched. - The “Lily” in the emblem of Darmstadt and its football club is, in reality, an iris and the unusual varietal name is to honours this and also the players of the club, which are called “The Lilies”.

€ 8,--




Iris sibirica LAVENDELTURM (Tamberg 2017)

Outperformed only by our variety Höhenflug this is one of the tallest tetraploid Sibiricas (140 cm) we know of. It is nearly as all as the Tetrasibtosa Lavender Landscape, but in contrast to this one it is fertile. It comes from a cross of our Berliner Ouvertüre with “Wilde Vier”, a converted species-like seedling of ours. The colour of the flowers is a bit more vivid than shown in the picture. The flower stems are self- supporting and can produce a twofold branching.

€ 14,--




Iris sibirica DREIQUELLENTOCHTER (Tamberg 2017)

This tetraploid Sibirica of classical shape is our second introduction, that involves the tetraploid form of the early flowering Iris typhifolia. It is not so exceedingly vigorous as its mother variety Drei Quellen, but it is more self-supporting  and, more important, more fertile. Like all Typhifolia hybrids it flowers early and shows its dark violet-blue flowers on spikes with one side branch and a height of 80 cm.

€ 12,--



Weißblauer Calsib

Iris calsibe-Hybride ELFENKIND (Tamberg 2014)

A hybrid between the group of Chinese Sino-Sibiricas and the group of Californian species (Californicae). Hybrids of this type are quite often short lived and need some cultural efforts. In the case of ELFENKIND we found out, that a somewhat neglected planting site shadowed by a big walnut tree did not prevent the happy growth of this variety. Stems are about 45 cm tall and sometimes produce a side branch.

Sold out for 2017




Iris sibtosa-Hybride WAVE ENCORE (Tamberg 2014)

Iris sibtosa hybrid WAVE ENCORE (Tamberg 2014)
Dark blue 2/2-Tetra-Sibtosa hybrids are still rather rare. (Our earlier introduction Sibtosa Wave has nearly fully been lost due to mice damage.), WAVE ENCORE is a vigorous hybrid of this type with two side branches and good fertility. Stem are about  80 cm tall. An important  tool for  iris hybridizers.

€ 12,--



Sibirischer Frühlingkl_2

Iris sibirica SIBIRISCHER FRÜHLING (Tamberg 2014)

From a cross between a very early flowering  Iris sanguinea species plant and the rather advanced variety On her Toes  (Schafer-Sachs, rose-lavender) we got this very floriferous white Sibirica with small, but wide petalled flowers. It flowers together with the dwarf  SDB iris and can be considered as an improvement of the variety SNOW PRINCE.





Iris sibirica GLANZSTÜCK (Tamberg 2014)

A tetraploid Sibirica with wide petalled flowers of medium size. The deep blue colour shows a reddish hue. The plant is  quite floriferous  and develops its flowers on relatively short stems, but clearly above the leaves. Stems are abot 65 cm tall and often produce a side branch. An excellent variety for a foreground planting site.

€ 8,--




Iris sibirica WEINKÖNIGIN (Tamberg 2012)

This is one of the most floriferous tetraploids  we know of. The flower spikes often have a double side branching.  Falls and standards are wide and ruffled. Further more, the bright wine red colour has a better garden effect than the dark purple colours of other Sibiricas in this colour class. WEINKÖNIGIN is vigorous, healthy and fertile in both directions. The flower spikes are about 85 cm tall.

€ 13,--



Northern Yellow

Iris sibtosa-Hybride NORTHERN YELLOW (Tamberg 2012)

With this cultivar the yellow colour is for  the first time shown to a significant extent in a Sibirica/Setosa hybrid. This was achieved by using the yellow Sibirica TOM SCHAEFER as the seed parent. Northern yellow is vigorous, hardy and floriferous, but sterile. It is about 70 cm high.

Now sold out for 2017



1_3 Tetra-Versilaev

Iris versilaev-Hybride LIBELLENTANZ (Tamberg 2012)

We got this stately plant by back-crossing a tetraploid Iris laevigata to a tetraploid versilaev hybrid. Its  flowers are significantly larger than flowers of normal Tetra-Versilaev  hybrids and are produced on taller, branched stems. This is the first  introduction of a hybrid with a 3/4 Iris laevigata and a 1/4 Iris versicolor  parentage. Libellentanz can be planted near or even in water and it is less vigorous when planted on a dry garden bed. The flower spikes are about 75 cm high.

Sold out for 2017




Iris versata-Hybride LIBELLENFLUG (Tamberg 2012)

From the BIS seed exchange we got seeds of tetraploid Iris versicolor x ensata hybrids sent by the Canadian hybridizer Toni Huber. The group of seedlings was not very exciting, but it contained a single plant which stood out by enormous vigour and also was very floriferous. Its flowers are nearly double the size of those of its siblings. The flower spikes show a double branching and are about 90 cm tall. Occasionally they need a staking.  Like its relative LibellentanzLibellenflug needs a wet planting site for best performance.

Sold out for 2017



Lavender Landscape

Iris sibtosa-Hybride LAVENDER LANDSCAPE (Tamberg 2012)

This is a plant for use in landscape gardening. It was produced by crossing a tetraploid Sibirica of near-species appearance with one of our best Tetra-Sibtosa hybrids. Like both of its parents it has lavender-pink flowers with lighter standards. The flower spikes grow to a height of 150 cm, have a twofold branching and produce seven flowers. The stems and the narrow leaves are strictly upright and in this way they produce a columnar appearance of the clump. LAVENDER LANDSCAPE is one of our most "garden-effective" cultivars.

€ 12,--



Ray Jeffs

Iris sibcal-Hybride RAY JEFFS (Tamberg 2011)

Sibcal hybrids are produced by back-crossing Tetra-Calsibes to Tetra-Sino- Sibiricas.RAY JEFFS, named in honour of a deceased English friend and iris lover, is the most beautiful in a long series of Sibcal hybrids we have produced. Whereas nearly all the others did not become named varieties due to their lack of longevity, RAY JEFFS is not only beautiful, but vigorous and long-living. The stem can develop a side branch and are 80 to 90 cm tall. According to its genetic composition this variety is only reluctantly fertile.

Now sold out for 2017



1. Versitosa

Iris versitosa-Hybride BLUEBIRD FOUNTAIN (Tamberg 2011)

Worldwide the first named variety  from the new hybrid group "Versitosa hybrids". They are produced by crossing Iris versicolor with tetraploid Iris setosa. Since I. versicolor is considered to be a tetraploid natural hybrid between I. virginica and I. setosa, Versitosa hybrids can be seen as plants with 1/4 Virginica- und 3/4 Setosa-blood. They are very vigorous and floriferous when planted at a humid place. Stems are about 80 cm tall and can develop three side branches and 11 buds. The flowers of BLUEBIRD FOUNTAIN are of medium size and have flaring falls.

€ 12,--




Iris virginica-Hybride SUMPFPRINZESSIN (Tamberg 2011)

Iris virginica hybrid SUMPFPRINZESSIN (Tamberg 2011)
A floriferous iris for wet places that covers larger and larger areas in one of our swamp beds. The flowers are larger than those of the pure I. virginica, and the colour of the signal is deeper yellow than shown in the picture. Due to a lost label the plant has an unknown pollen parent. Hight of stems about 65 cm.

€ 10,--




Iris sibirica BLAUE FÜLLE (Tamberg 2010)

A tetraploid from the cross PRUSSIAN BLUE  x GOLDEN EDGE, showing a maximum of width and ruffling of the floral parts.The dark blue flowers of medium  size have a velvety surface structure. The flower spike are upright, about 75 cm tall and have one side branch.

Now sold out for 2017




Iris sibtosa-Hybride SIBTOSA WINE (Tamberg 2010)

By back-crossing a pale wine red Tetra-Sibtosa seedling to our wine red Tetra-Sibirica GROSSER WEIN we produced this worldwide first wine red 3/1 Tetra-Sibtosa hybrid.Three quarters of its genetic makeup come from the Sibirica-group, one quarter is contributed by Iris setosa. Accordingly, this variety  is vigorous and floriferous. It flowers during the main Sibirica flowering period with well branched stems of 80 cm height and is, as a result of its genetic 3/1 composition, nearly sterile.

€ 13,--




Iris sibirica KLEINER SCHMETTERLING (Tamberg 2010)

A small flowered, diploid Sibirica of the  general shape of the wild species, however with much wider falls  and more interesting colours.The falls have a yellow background and are covered with a blue line pattern; the standards are clear blue.Flowers are produced  on well branched stems high above the narrow leaves. A charming Sibirica for a garden with a wildflower touch.

€ 8,--



SSTT395 Einzelblüte 


Iris sibirica BLAUES FINALE (Tamberg 2009)
This is one of the Siberians with the latest flowering period in our garden.  It is a tetraploid of medium height (70 cm) with large, bright  mid-blue flowers having a special effect from the distance.  Falls are wide and the standards are upright with the tips growing a bit outward. The flower spikes are un-branched , but there are many of them.Derived from from a similar cross as RAUCHBLAU it flowers much later.

Sold out for 2017




Iris sibirica RAUCHBLAU  (Tamberg 2007)

A large flowered tetraploid Sibirica derived from a cross between a mottled seedling, called "Milky  Way seedling", and a pure white Tetra-Sibirica. Falls are ruffled and show a smoky blue colour. Standards and style arms are of a lighter blue resulting in a special clump  effect of this variety. The flower stems are strong, up to 90 cm high and produce a side branch. A vigorous and fertile  new introduction.

€ 10,--



Sibtosa Wave

Iris sibtosa-Hybride SIBTOSA WAVE (Tamberg 2007)

In the trials of the Royal Horticultural Society at Wisley this variety got an Award of Garden Merit (AGM) as a garden plant. It is a tetraploid produced by colchicine treatment, which, in contrast to earlier Tetra-Sibtosas, has wide and strongly ruffled falls as well as a strong colouration. The flower stems are about 75 cm high and develop a side branch. SIBTOSA WAVE is also an important breeding plant in the field of Sibtosa hybrids. It is pollen fertile, but only reluctantly seed fertile.

Sold out for 2017



Großer Wein

Iris sibirica GROSSER WEIN(Tamberg 2005)

Of all the wine red Siberian irises we have  flowered, GROSSER WEIN is the one  with the largest flowers. Of course, large flowers  are not always beautiful, too, but in this case large flowers with wide and elegantly ruffled falls are combined with tall and upright stems of  90 cm height. Only two flowers are formed per stem, but this is compensated by the high number of stems formed by a clump. The variety is fertile and flowers during the earlier part of  the Siberian  main flowering period.

€  8,--



Drei Quellen

Iris sibirica DREI QUELLEN (Tamberg 2005)

Producing flower spikes of up to 100 cm height this variety is our first tetraploid Siberian  containing genetic material of all three Sibirica species (2n=28). It was produced by a cross between  a wine red tetraplois Siberian having Iris sibirica and Iris sanguinea as ancestors with a tetraploid Iris typhifolia,  that was available to us for a short time.Like  all children of Iris typhifolia DREI QUELLEN flowers early and has rather narrow leaves. Furthermore it is extremely vigorous. An important variety for breeding early flowering tetraploid  Siberians.

€  5,--



Erste Sahne

Iris sibirica ERSTE SAHNE (Tamberg 2005)

Derived from a cross of VIEL CREME with a  converted seedling from GELBE MÖVE x SILVER  ILLUSION, this tetraploide Siberian produced the  largest and widest flowers we have ever seen on a white Siberian iris. Strong stems can produce up to two side branches. Related to the size of the flowers their height of about  65 cm is a bit short. However, planted in the foreground,  this variety can produce an excellent clump effect. The flowers of ERSTE SAHNE open with a cream white colour and change to white under sunlight. The variety is fertile.

€ 15,--



Blaues Schweben

Iris sibirica BLAUES SCHWEBEN (Tamberg 2005)

A diploid Siberian iris derived from SAILORS FANCY x SIGNALS BLUE. Both of these famous blue parent varieties have contributed to the light blue of BLAUES SCHWEBEN which is accentuated by some darker blue lines in the throat. In addition to the colour and the shape of the wide and flat flowers, this variety  shows a remarkable free flowering habit. A fully developed clump  can virtually be covered by light blue during the flowering period. Height of stems: 65 cm; midseason flowering period.

€ 10,--



Sibtosa Ruffles

Iris sibtosa-Hybride SIBTOSA RUFFLES (Tamberg 2005)

By back-crossing a lavender coloured Tetra-Sibtosa-hybrid  to the strongly ruffled Siberian STRAWBERRY FAIR we obtained this highly vigorous 3/4-1/4-Tetra-Sibtosa, showing ruffled falls as well as ruffled standards. The colour of the flowers is somewhere between magenta and violet-blue; The flower spikes of 80 cm height can produce two side   branches. SIBTOSA RUFFLES flowers during the Siberian main flowering period. Because of its asymmetrical genetic composition it is sterile.

€  8,--




Iris sibtosa-Hybride SAHNEHÄUBCHEN (Tamberg  2005)

Another Tetra-Sibtosa-hybrid, derived by back-crossing a lavender coloured Tetra-Sibtosa- hybrid to the lavender-pink Siberian LADY LILAC. In this variety the contrast between the wide pink to lavender coloured falls and the near white standards and style arms is especially strong. The picture shows the flower immediately after the bud has opened. Later, the falls will develop a more vertical position. This hybrid does not set seed. It flowers on branched stems of 75 cm height during the main flowering period of Siberian irises.

€ 12,--



Berlin Violetta

Iris sibtosa-Hybride BERLIN VIOLETTA (Tamberg 2005)

The velvety dark violet of this Tetra-Sibtosa-hybrid is reproduced only poorly by the picture. The variety has been produced by back-crossing  a lavender coloured Tetra- Sibtosa-hybrid to the wine red Siberian iris BERLIN PURPLE  WINE. It is very vigorous and is quickly forming large clumps which provide intensive colour effects. Like all 3/4-1/4-Tetra- Sibtosa  hybrids it does not set seed. It flowers on stems of  85 cm height in the second half of the Siberian main flowering period.

€ 8,--



Jugendtraum, Horst

Iris sibirica JUGENDTRAUM (Tamberg  2001)

A diploid Sibirica which is extremely floriferous. It produces wide petalled flowers of lavender colour with a pink hue. Flower stems are about 80 cm high and  develop a single side branch. Only a few divisions are available.

Sold out for 2017



Berliner Welle

Iris sibirica BERLINER WELLE (Tamberg  2001)

A tetraploid, which is a brillant example  of the wide/round/flat type of the Sibirica flower  shape. The flowers, which should be admired from above, are large and are produced on stems of about 75 cm hight and a single branching. A valuable child of the parents SILBERKANTE  and REGENCY BELLE.

€  10,--



Blaue Milchstraße

Iris sibirica BLAUE MILCHSTRASSE(Tamberg 2000)

Already under its seedling number SSTT313 this tetraploid Sibirica has found a lot of attention with its lighter dappled, midblue falls and the even lighter  style  arms and standards; a floriferous and vigorous variety, that has a fresh garden effect due to its  pronounced colour contrast.

Sold out for 2017



Berlin Ruffles

Iris sibirica BERLIN RUFFLES(Tamberg 1993)

A great  tetraploid in each respect; on tall upright stems this variety develops large mid-blue flowers; falls are ruffled and show a lighter edge; in 1999 it received the British Dykes Medal as the first iris variety from continental Europe after getting an Award of Merit and an Award of Garden Merit of the RHS. 

Sold out for 2017




Iris orientalis FRIGIA (Rodionenko)

This iris from St. Petersburg can be called the only one from the Spuria group, that so far has behaved as a successful plant in our garden; the stems, nearly as tall as a man, produce a sequence of up to five pure white flowers; the variety is vigorous and hardy, but does not produce viable seed.

€  6,--



Starting Versilaev

Iris versilaev STARTING VERSILAEV (Tamberg 1993)

These  are worldwide the only  named varieties of tetraploid Versilaev hybrids; they are  of  I. versicolor x I. laevigata origin (colchicine treated) and are highly fertile; surprisingly they can be grown on garden beds of normal humidity and also  with the roots below the water level at the edge of a pond; the plants are vigorous and floriferous; the excellent branching  of the stems results in a long flowering period; the size of the flowers is nearly the same as of  I. laevigata.

Sold out for 2017



Fourfold Blue

Iris versilaev FOURFOLD  BLUE (Tamberg 1997)

FOURFOLD BLUE has blue flowers with upright standards of somewhat lighter colour; falls are more pendant than with STARTING VERSILAEV.

Sold out for 2017




Iris sibirica PLISSEE (Tamberg 1995)

A velvety, deep blue tetraploid, that won the trophy for the best beardless spike at the exhibitions in Erfurt in 1994 and 1999; well branched spikes of about 100 cm height produce flowers with a strong ruffling of the falls; the variety forms floriferous and long living  clumps, Award of Garden Merit RHS.

€  6,--



Hohe Warte

Iris sibirica HOHE WARTE (Tamberg 2001)

A diploid Siberian with good garden value due to its many flowers and excellent clump formation. The medium sized flowers are of whitish-lavender colour and are developed on upright and well branched stems of up to 150 cm height. Because of its special clump effect this new introduction has caused a lot of admiration even in its seedling stage; vigorous, but setting only rare seeds, Award of Garden Merit RHS 2005.

€  6,--




Iris sibirica AHRTALWEIN (Tamberg 2001)

A tetraploid Siberian  of light wine red colour and a white signal area. It has APFELBLÜTE and WINE WINGS among its ancestors; the proud position of the floral part contributes much to its garden effect; height of flower spikes: 90 cm; fertile and vigorous.

€  5,--




Iris sibirica  NACHTGESANG (Tamberg  2001)

This tetraploid is the darkest of our blue Sibirica irises. It has a very small whitish signal area and shows its large, ruffled flowers on stems of about 75 cm height..

Sold out for 2017



Sibirische Nacht

Iris sibirica SIBIRISCHE NACHT (Tamberg 2001)

This tetraploid Siberian has been much admired at two iris shows in Erfurt. The variety is large flowered and can show a near-black wine  red when the period of bud development was a cool one. In case of a hot period the colour tends to become a dark wine red. Floriferous, fertile and vigorous.

€ 12,--



Berliner Ouvertüre

Iris sibirica BERLINER OUVERTÜRE (Tamberg 2001)

This proud  Siberian always flowers as the first named tetraploid variety in our gardens. Large flowers are held on tall, strong and well branched stems. Up to five of the pale lavender flowers can develop per stem.

€  7,--



Viel Creme

Iris sibirica VIEL CREME (Tamberg 2001)

Our second light yellow/white  tetraploid is an improvement of  SCHWEFELBLÜTE. The optimistic colour structure of this large flowered  and floriferous Siberian can lead to glamorous clump effects. Stems are tall and can produce two side branches with up to five flowers. However, the yellow colour is still bleaching  to cream-white by intense sun light, Award of Garden Merit  RHS 2005.

€ 8,--




Iris sibirica HÖHENFLUG (Tamberg 2001)

The tallest tetraploid Siberian we have produced so far. Stems of up to 160 cm and up to five large flowers per stem can lead to an imposing  clump effect. In a position protected against strong winds the stems are of astonishing rigidity. We know of no other tetraploid Siberian of such height. The flowers open with a colour as  shown and then become  somewhat paler. The variety is vigorous  and floriferous.

 €  7,--



Tanz Nochmal

Iris sibirica TANZ NOCHMAL (Tamberg 2001)

A large flowered tetraploid with ruffled falls and standards. Flowers are held on short and stout stems formed in good numbers. The variety earns further interest due to its reblooming behaviour: well watered and well fed plants often produce reblooming spikes which are taller and better branched. That means that the variety shows signs of "preferential reblooming", a rare quality in Siberians. We know of no other Siberian rebloomer showing such a good shape of the flowers.

€  7,--



Sibtosa Queen

Iris sibtosa-Hybride SIBTOSA QUEEN (Tamberg 2001)

On tall stems with two side branches this 3/4-1/4-Sibtosa-hybrid develops up to six flowers, showing initially a strong lavender-pink  that later pales to a lavender hue. In contrast standards and  styles are near white. The intensity and the contrast of colours are unusual for a Siberian hybrid. SIBTOSA QUEEN flowers during the first part of the main flowering period. The variety is vigorous and floriferous. In 2001 it won the trophy for the best spike of a beardless iris at the German iris show in Erfurt.

€  8,--




Iris sibirica LAVENDELWEIN (Tamberg 2001)

Colour-wise this tetraploid Siberian finds its place somewhere between  the lavender coloured and the deep wine red varieties. The  standards are of  lavender colour, and the falls are more of a light wine red. The variety is quite floriferous and has  produced very interesting clump effects in our garden. As a hybridizing plant it partially works as a lavender variety and partially as a wine red variety. In 2002 this variety got an Award  of Garden Merit as the result of the RHS trials at Wisley.

€ 11,--



Butterfly Fountain

Iris sibtosa-Hybride BUTTERFLY FOUNTAIN (Tamberg 2000)

After several unsuccessful attempts the cross SNOW PRINCE x white Iris setosa finally resulted in the worldwide first white  Sibtosa-hybrid. On thin wiry stems the plant forms up to nine buds  developing into small flowers floating well above the leaves.  This leads to an attractive clump effect as it is suggested  by the name BUTTERFLY FOUNTAIN. The variety is diploid and sterile.

€ 12,--



Northern Pink

Iris tetrasibtosa NORTHERN PINK(Tamberg 1995)

This lavender-rose Tetra-Sibtosa was obtained from a cross between two Sibtosa hybrid conversions; it found much attention at the iris exhibitions in Erfurt; numerous flowers with small standards develop on upright and well branched stems; good colour effect of a clump in the garden; important breeding plant for crosses with Tetra-Sibiricas.

€  8,--



Big's Child

Iris sibirica BIG'S CHILD(Tamberg 1993)

From the cross "BIG POTENTIAL" x DEAR DIANNE we got this clear midblue variety; it stands out by the size and width of the flowers; winner of the trophy for the best beardless spike of the Luxemburg iris exhibition in 1997; the variety is strong growing and produces  upright, thick stems with one side branch.

€  6,--



Hellblauer Riese

Iris sibirica HELLBLAUER RIESE (Tamberg 1997)

A tetraploid introduction  with large, clear light blue flowers on strong, well branched and tall stems produced by a big plant; wide falls and upright standards create a flower of modern, but space  filling shape, fertile, midseason. 

€  8,--



Berlin Purple Wine

Iris sibirica BERLIN PURPLE WINE (Tamberg 1993)

This tetraploid  is a surprizing child of TEAL VELVET; very large wine red flowers are produced on strong upright stems; much more  floriferous than many other wine red cultivars, reliable and fertile.

€  6,--




Iris sibirica BLAUMACHER(Tamberg 1997)

This tetraploid, midblue Siberian has large, well shaped flowers, but it was mainly selected because of its vigour and the masses of flowers it can produce. It easily covers planting areas with blue colour. Stems show two side branches and are 80 cm  tall.

€  5,--



Prussian Blue

Iris sibirica PRUSSIAN BLUE (Tamberg 1993)

This child of  GERMANTET ONE is still our special darling; large, wide  and ruffled flowers in a brilliant dark blue are produced on tall and always upright stems; good branching, long flowering period, excellent vigour, Award of Merit RHS 1993, Award of Garden Commendation BIS 1994, Hugh Miller Trophy BIS 1997,Award of Garden Merit RHS 1999.

€  7,--



Dreaming Late

Iris sibirica VIEL SCHNEE and DREAMING LATE (Tamberg 1990/97)

Again we can offer this very beautiful white tetraploids. They look very much alike, but DREAMING LATE has a later flowering period. Both varieties form strong clumps with many upright stems, developing each up to five large flowers. The colour is a must as a contrasting colour for blue Siberians.

€  8,--



Space Filled

Iris sibirica SPACE FILLED(Tamberg 1997)

On spikes with double branching this mid-blue tetraploid develops large, tailored flowers of space filling shape; the  standards  are of lighter colour and stand upright; the falls are more pendant; hight of stems: about 75 cm; fertile; also useful as  a cut flower.

€  6,--



Berlin Tiger

Iris pseudacorus Hybride BERLIN TIGER (Tamberg 1988)

An attractive  hybrid, grown from spontaneous seed of HOLDEN CLOUGH  x ?; strong growing plants produce stems with wide branching  and many buds; the flowers show a strong and dense line  pattern on yellow, creating a warm golden-brown colour effect;  healthy, dark green leaves; in contradiction to first assumptions the variety grows better on a garden bed with sufficient humidity  than directly in water; fertile, but yields only Iris pseudacorus  seedlings; Award of Garden Merit RHS 1995.

€  5,--




Iris APPOINTER (Tamberg 1993)

A hybrid from  BERLIN TIGER x Iris versicolor MYSTERIOUS MONIQUE, that  stands out by its enormous vigour and its free flowering habit; on beds with some humidity, but also with the roots below the water level, it forms dense clumps with upright leaves and well branched stems; the blue-violet flowers are of medium size and show some yellow on the falls; sterile; Award of Garden Merit RHS 1998.

€  7,--




Species irises
Of  Iris typhifolia, Iris pseudacorus Roccapina (late flowering, tall), Iris lactea, Iris virginica  we offer divisions at   €  5,-- each.

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