Are they very marketable?
You will notice most have reduced standards. This is because they from Iris danfordiae breeding.
They have a tendency to be on the smaller side (40-45mm tip-to-tip), due to their parentage. However some can be 50-55mm, which is the same size as J.S. Dijt. This is less than the 70mm of Katharine Hodgkin.
The commercial Iris danfordiae, a triploid, is 45mm tip-to-tip.
What I believe is most impressive, is the colour breakthroughs that I have achieved to-date.
Wim de Goede and his son Mark from Kwekerij de Schüllhorn will be introducing several of my hybrids, however they are largely not interested in ones from my Iris danfordiae breeding shown here.
Do you think any of these would be of interest to your customers in a number of years?