CLASS: Tall Bearded
BLOOM SEASON: Early
DESCRIPTION: S. violet-purple; F. slightly darker violet-purple, white spot around beard, white veining on entire fall; beards orange in throat and middle, white at end.
PARENTAGE: MM 1144-1: (1993 #7, unknown, x HH 1282-1: (I’ve Got Rhythm x Indiscreet)) X Laugh Lines
From the 2013 Schreiner's Iris Lover's Catalog: Although not as chaotic and random as a Jackson Pollock painting, Splatter Art, with its wash of streaming rays, exhibits similar wildness. And one side of the fall is darker than the other! In contrast to the unconventional falls, the dark lavender standards quiet things down. An orange beard rests amid a snow thumbprint, as our photo illustrates. Flowers are 6" x 6", on 38" stems and fragrant. The key to “splatter art” is to not let your painting tool touch the canvas. The key to Splatter Art is sunshine and TLC.