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  Many Pacific Coast iris hybrids are available that haven't been given a name. This is a subset of the nameless irises I've grown; these all have blue or purple flowers.
 
blue with
yellow spot

 
 
 Similar to Sea Gal, but shorter and less ruffly. Has been the earliest bloomer for the past few years.
Images: whole plant (72 KB), flower (72 KB), another flower (64 KB), another flower (68 KB), and another flower (74 KB)
 
very dark
purple

 
 
 Lost and deeply mourned.
Images: flower (66 KB)
 
pale
lavender

 
 
 The flower stems tend to be floppy, but this has proved to be one of the longer-lived plants I've grown.
Images: flower (57 KB), flower (72 KB), flower (64 KB), flower (62 KB), with 'Triple Heart' (65 KB)
 
purple with a
dark center

 
 
 Lost and deeply mourned.
Images: flower (74 KB), another flower (69 KB), and another flower (67 KB)
 
Pacifica
irises
 
 Named cultivars
white- and cream-colored varieties
strongly-veined varieties
yellow- and apricot-colored varieties
pink-toned varieties
purple- and blue-colored varieties
 
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