For the Love of Iris

Articles, Tips and Notes from Schreiner's Iris Gardens

New Website Launches for Schreiner’s Iris Gardens


Care To Dance - A 2013 New Introduction

Care To Dance – A 2013 New Introduction

Hooray! Our new, bright and fresh website has launched just this afternoon. We are very excited to see the results of a long, long design process turn out so beautifully. Thank you to everyone at Mighty Merchant/HEROweb for all their hard work and determination in creating, crafting and launching the new site. Our full catalog of available Iris, books, fertilizer and catalogs is now visible and available for purchase. You’ll also find fun new features like “Wish List”, and Customer Accounts that let you track orders and view order history. Of course, we still have oodles of informative growing and care tips for Bearded and Beardless Iris.

Bloom Season is less than 60 days away! Visit our website for a line-up of all the fun and festive activities we have scheduled here in our Display Gardens. Our old friends Mt Angel Sausage will have their grill open all season long. The Gervais, Oregon Knights of Columbus will serve up their traditional chicken BBQ lunch on Memorial Day, and the Capitol City Jazz will return on Memorial Day for an afternoon of great tunes and fun….just to name a few of the highlights!

We hope you’ll enjoy our new website. Take a gander and tell us what you think. Share with friends, create an account, browse around. We always look forward to hearing from our fans and customers.

Happy Gardening!


Author: Schreiner's Iris Gardens

Growing beauty since 1925. Retail and wholesale supplier of high-quality Bearded Iris & Daylilies.

7 thoughts on “New Website Launches for Schreiner’s Iris Gardens

  1. We are in Chicago. Had landscaping done in the fall and had to dig up my iris plantings. Stored them over the winter and am wondering when to remove from storage and how to plant the rhizomes to give them the best chances of survival! Can you please help guide me?
    Thank you!


    • Hello. Thank you for writing. The stored Iris should be in soil, in pots for example, exposed to the sun, but protected from freeze. Plant them in the ground in late June or early July. Keep in mind that while the plants may adjust to the transplant and produce foliage, you might not see blossoms the first spring (2019). Be sure to fertilize nonetheless, once when the tulips are blooming in your area and again about one month after Iris bloom in your area. Feel free to contact us for more information. Best of luck!


  2. My question is that I wanted to search by “originator” which I hoped would be by the individual who developed it like you, Keppel, Blyth,etc. but I cannot get anything that will allow me to do so. What am I doing incorrectly or was it not meant to serve this purpose?


    • Hello and thank you for writing. You may search for originators (hybridizers) using the search field in the upper right corner of the website. Simply type in the name, such as Keppel, Ghio, Schreiner, etc, and click “search”. Use only one name per search, though. The results that appear will be all plants we sell that were originated by that name. Feel free to contact us again at if you have further questions.


  3. I don’t know why I bothered to make a wish list as I’ve just moved almost your entire catalog into it!! Love your iris and am looking forward to receiving my first shipment soon! Wonderfully polite woman who answered the phone for you. I added to the original order with no problem at all. Thanks!


  4. Where’s the online catalog of names, photos, and prices?


Share Comments & Questions

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.