Iberis Masterpiece, commonly known as Candytuft. Hardy evergreen perennial which grows into a perfect mound. This wonderful hybrid was developed with especially large flowers which are pure white with small yellow centres and are produced in succession from Spring through into Autumn and are contrasted beautifully by the deep green foliage.
Iberis Pink Ice, commonly known as Candytuft. A hardy evergreen perennial which forms a mound of narrow, deep green foliage. This improved form has a very long flowering period and the pink flowers are produced in flattened heads above the foliage from Spring through till Autumn, these are attractive to butterflies.
Imperata Red Baron, commonly known as a Japanese blood Grass. A spreading deciduous grass which forms a loose clump of upright green leaves tipped which become tipped with bright red, which spreads over the whole leaf as autumn approaches. Hardy.
Incarvillea Delavayi is a perennial that carries stunning mauve-pink large trumpet like lobed flowers with a yellowish throat which appear before the foliage, on tall straight stems.
Iris Pelion Hills is a striking dwarf iris grown from seed collected in the Pelion Hills in Greece, it forms a clump of strongly upright pale green leaves from which flowers deep purple blue upright petals and recurved purple sepals with yellow throats are produced in early summer on short stems 30cm high.
Iris setosa is a very compact form of this popular and attractive clump forming Iris with upright narrow green leaves and bearing striking blue flowers in June and July. Once mature clumps may need to be divided to refresh the plant and maintain vigour.
Iris tectorum is a stately springtime flower and is native to the Himalaya where it can be found growing in large clumps in meadows or on grassy slopes. Semi evergreen strap like foliage and in early Summer spikes carrying pale blue flowers up to 10cm across are produced, though each flower lasts a short time each stem produces several.