This is “Swerti,” an antique iris from 1612. Old House Gardens says: “This grape-scented beauty was first pictured 400 years ago in the lavish Florilegium of Emmanuel Sweert, a Dutch artist and nurseryman who was head gardener for the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II.” With baptisia and wild hyacinth.

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