In Love with Japanese Irises
Want to get some of these lovelies for your garden? John and Bob ship plants around the world (some of their biggest customers are in Japan and Russia) from April to mid-June, and from August through mid-October, when the plants aren't blooming.
Ensata Gardens grows nearly 500 cultivars of Japanese irises--including two dozen they hybridized. About 200 are available through their catalog and website. They also sell Siberian irises, daylilies and hostas.
Pictured: 'Electric Rays'