Emerald Fantasy (AB)
The largest of the Aril iris are native to Israel at the south end of the Dead Sea. They are also found in Iran, Jordan, Turkey and north into
Russia. The oncocyclus subspecies have one bloom on 6" to 19" stems, while the regelia subspecies more often has two flowers on 9" to 22"
stems. Flowers come in a wide range of colors with veins, dots, spots or signals. Arilbred iris are produced from crosses between bearded and
aril iris. They are generally have easier cultivation requirements and are a bit hardier in moist climates. OGB-, OGB, and OGB+ signify whether
an Arilbred is one quarter aril, half aril or three quarters aril, respectively