2018 Rhizome Sale Information – Updated 7-17-2018

2018 Rhizome Sale Information (Updated 7-20-2018)

Thank you to all who joined or renewed by the July 19 deadline!  If you missed the renewal window, don’t worry, you can still order when the sale opens to the public on July 23.

IRIS ADDITIONS / DELETIONS

Check here for a list of late additions and a couple of deletions. You will find the additions in the thumbnail lists (see links below).

2018 RHIZOME SALE LIST

Give the sheet a minute to load, it’s big! Remember, you email your order to hipsirissale@gmail.com. Be sure to include your full name, email address, shipping address, and phone number! Please don’t submit before 8pm, we will have to return your order to you. View the Quick Guide to Ordering for more details.

Iris Sale List (sale closes on July 26 at 6pm Central Time)

The Round Two list will become the Public Sale list on 7/23 at 8am Central time.

PHOTO SHEETS: These links will take you to viewable sheets in Google Docs – please give them a moment to load. Links to  ordering information are at the bottom of the page.  CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF IRIS NAMES ONLY.

Irises A-B
Irises C
Irises D-F
Irises G-K
Irises L-O
Irises P-R
Irises S
Irises T-Z
NOIDs – no ID, but pretty!

We will bundle rhizomes to make sure buyers get a good helping, but please be aware you may get several smaller rhizomes rather than one large one.   We inspect each rhizome three times during the sale process to make sure they are healthy. This is a photo of how we’re bundling Cottage Maid, which is a smaller rhizome anyway.  The rhizome on the left will ship on its own. The ones in the middle will be bundled in the bag (that’s one portion).  The ones on the right are too small and will be dried out by the sale, so we are planting those for next year’s sale. Early historics are often diploid, and their rhizomes are smaller to begin with.

Buyers, please be aware that our donors do their very best to ensure the authenticity and accuracy of the variety, and we have a very good accuracy percentage, but we can’t be responsible for misnamed irises. Keep your donor number – we can use it to try and identify an iris that blooms incorrectly. We thank you for your understanding.

A complete overview of the 2018 sale and how it works.

If you ordered last year, you can jump to the Quick Guide to Ordering page.

 

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