Texas Iris Growers and Sellers

 

Hillcrest Gardens
Hooker and Bonnie Nichols
3365 Northaven Road
Dallas, Texas 75229

"Hooker and Bonnie are hybridizers. They have received awards for many of their irises. "
Seandel Iris Gardens
Dell and Seann Perry
800 Purcell Drive
Plano, Texas 75025
Phone: 972-816-3418
Email Address: seandelirises@yahoo.com
"Send email to seandelirises@yahoo.com to request color catalog as a PDF file. All irises are in limited quantity, order early. Dell and Seann are growing over 1500 varieties of iris at their home in Plano including tall bearded, border bearded, miniature tall bearded, intermediate bearded, standard dwarf bearded, spuria, Louisiana, species, aril and arilbred irises. Seandel Iris Gardens is an Aril Society International display garden for aril and arilbred irises and a Median Iris Society Display garden for Standard Dwarf, Intermediate, Border and Miniature Tall bearded irises. The garden is open to visitors throughout the bloom season. Group tours can be arranged - please call or email to set up a date. Dell is available to present programs on various iris topics to your club or organization. "
T.B.'s Place (The Iris Lab)
Tom Burseen
1513 Ernie Lane
Grand Prairie, Texas 75052
"Tom is deaf, so he no longer uses a phone. Please correspond with him in writing. T.B.'s Place has lots of Tall Bearded iris. So does "T.B." stand for "Tall Bearded" or "Tom Burseen"? Well, whatever, each year Tom has many new introductions of his own fancy hybrids. T.B.'s catalog shows pictures of his new introductions. His catalog also has many other recent introductions. "
The Shady Spot
Judy Schneider
1778 CR 107
Whitesboro, TX 76273
Phone: 940-594-5557
Email Address: jlkapps@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.theshadyspotiris.com
"The Shady Spot is a Historic Iris Preservation Society and Tall Bearded Iris Society display garden located about an hour north of the Dallas metro area and features nearly 3,000 varieties of irises including tall beardeds, medians, Louisianas, arilbreds and a few other iris types. They are all interspersed in beds planted with shrubs, perennials and annuals that are drought tolerant and Texas tough. The garden is open during bloom season (please call before coming) and visitors are always welcome. Some varieties for sale by request. "