Variegated iris leaves, white or yellow?
In a public garden a few weeks ago I saw some striking stands of an iris with variegated leaves, green leaves with a yellow edge. The leaves were quite wide and flowers were purple-blue, which made a great contrast with the yellow edge. But good-looking leaves when it is NOT blooming are the most important. This would be perfect for a garden I'm changing that needs a small jot of yellow to harmonize with existing plants with a creamy yellow edge. I was heading to a big nursery, so decided to see if I could find one. They did have variegated iris, but theirs all had white edges, not yellow. The plants there are all grown in a greenhouse, so are not raised under natural light conditions.
Would those white edges become yellow when grown in sunlight? I'm going back there is a few days, so thought I'd ask here first. If was kind of pricey, so if it will stay white, I don't want it. What are these called? Thanks.
This post was edited by linnea56 on Wed, Jun 11, 14 at 1:56