Chad Harris of Mt. Pleasant Iris Farm has been growing many different species of irises in southwest Washington for more than 40 years. He is respected in the iris world as a master judge with the American Iris Society. His work with Iris ensata include several national awards for his introductions. He also enjoys working with the Asian water species Iris laevigata. He regularly writes articles and gives presentations on Japanese iris judging and culture.

Water-Loving Iris Makes Itself at Home in the Water Garden

By Chad Harris / February 27, 2018 / 0 Comments

Whether natural or man-made, there are many different water-garden irises that can grow in and around your pond. Iris laevigata is related to many of the water-loving irises found in the laevigatae series. This series includes irises found across the world: the United States’ two natives (Iris virginica and Iris versicolor), Europe’s yellow-flag Iris pseudacorus, […]

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