Reblooming Iris

ZONES: The rebloom zone noted in the description is the lowest (or coldest) zone in which the iris has been noted to rebloom, and it has rebloomed in all higher zones. For example, "Rebloom to zone 4" means that this iris reblooms from zones 4 - 10, but not zones 1, 2, or 3. For more detailed information see our Glossary

In addition to blooming in the Spring, the reblooming bearded iris plant have the ability to bloom again in the Summer and Fall. They are called Reblooming Irises. Fall bloom cannot be guaranteed. It depends on the combination of location, climate, and amount of water. The reblooming Iris plant will require more watering in the warmer climates. They should be watered once a week without rainfall.

We have one of the largest collections of reblooming Irises you can find. There are hundreds of varieties of reblooming Irises to choose from.

Nola's Iris Garden - Bearded Irises
4195 Sierra Road
San Jose, CA 95132
Phone: 408-258-2611
| E-Mail: orders@walking-p-bar.com

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Lilac-Stitchery.jpg Lilac Stitchery
$6.50
11786 Be the first one to write a review
(K. Jensen 1989) TB 33 inches (84 cm),RE E. Lightly ruffled white ground, stitched violet on edge; light orange beard tipped white.
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Mariposa-Autumn.jpg Mariposa Autumn
$7.00
60212 Mariposa Autumn
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(R.Tasco 1999) TB 32 inches (81 cm), EM & RE S-rosy violet,white center,lemon yellow edges F-white,rosy violet band B-white-violet-gold;fragrant. Reliable rebloom for us in zone 8. Reported to rebloom in zones 7, 8, and 9. HM 2001 AM 2003
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Mariposa-Skies.jpg Mariposa Skies
$6.50
60502 Be the first one to write a review
(R.Tasco 1996) TB 33 inches (84 cm), EM & RE S-pale blue,blue violet flush F-blue violet,slightly lighter edge B-white HM 1998 AM 2001
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Matrix.jpg Matrix
$6.50
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(Earl Hall, 1991) TB, 36 inches (91 cm), M & RE (Sept/VA) S. cream veined pale cinnamon, giving self effect; F. near-white, creamy yellow rim, cinnamon hafts, suggestion of pale violet texture veining and violet centerline; beards white, tipped cream.

Reliable rebloom for us in zone 8.

Reported to rebloom in zones 3 to 9.


Misty Twilight.jpg Misty Twilight
$6.50
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(Monty Byers, 1988) TB, 38 inches (97 cm), M-L & RE Heavily ruffled pale violet-blue, misty green white center on F.; medium blue beard tipped yellow in throat; slight sweet fragrance.

Reliable rebloom for us in zone 8.

Reported to rebloom in zones 3 to 9.


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Mountain-Violet.jpg Mountain Violet
$6.50
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(B. Hamner, 1985) TB, 36 inches (91 cm), EM & RE (Feb in CA) S. pastel violet flushed faint pink; F. darker violet. HM 1989. Sporadic rebloom for us in zone 8. Reported to rebloom in zones 8 and 9. Late rebloom.
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Mulberry-Echo.jpg Mulberry Echo
$6.00
60224 Be the first one to write a review
(W.Maryott 1997) TB 37 inches (94 cm), EM & RE Cerise maroon self B-orange;slight spicy fragrance
Mulberry-Memories.jpg Mulberry Memories
$6.50
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(G. Sutton 2002) TB RE 37 inches (94 cm), ML. Mulberry to aster violet self; almost white beards. Reliable rebloom for us in zone 8. Reported to rebloom in zones 8 and 9.
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graphicp/thumbnail/My-Friend-Jonathan.jpg My Friend Jonathan
$7.50
60787 Be the first one to write a review
(B. Miller, 1996) TB, 36 inches (91 cm), EM & RE Bright fuchsia & brick blend,veined chocolate beards bronze; lightly ruffled, faintly laced.
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Mystic-Lover.jpg Mystic Lover
$9.50
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(George Sutton, 2000) TB, SA, 36 inches (91 cm), ML S. white, trace of violet on midrib; style arms pale violet; F. dark violet; beards bronze, violet base, short dark violet horn; slight sweet fragrance.
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Please enjoy the pictures of our Reblooming bearded Iris varieties. Our Reblooming Irises are some of the best in the world.

The reliability information is based on our gardens in San Jose and the growing fields. The growing fields are zone 8 and the viewing gardens are in zone 8. The zone numbers are the lowest (coldest) zones that reblooms have been reported. An Iris with a zone 6 should be able to rebloom in zones 6 and up.