Tough question. I ordered some from more than others, but...
Keith Keppel Iris: He's like the guru. His detail and years of work are second to none just about. Brad's pics are the greatest of enabling and Keppel's generations of crosses are just filthy. He's also very sociable and I've never met him in person. This man has paved the way and his legacy will go on years after me. Just imagine the plants we don't see, the intros to be down the road. Just when you though you've seen the best...boom, another one comes along.
Iris Sister: Great deals, great service, great selection of Keppels and Blyths which I really love. Robin is one of the sweetest and quickest responder I know. They only have a few intros, but they are very nice and I will almost have them all. Very generous as well with bonuses. I think she's part of the Keppel/Blyth mafia too, so that's a plus.
Stout Gardens: They have a different selection and wide of varieties of cultivars from various hybriders and decent prices. They're the early birds so I placed 2 orders.
Burgards: Catherine is funny and nice. Her prices are VERY generous, but no complaints. She has what everyone sold out of. Smart! Great selections of 2014's from great hybridizers. No offense, but it was like shopping a clearance rack or mis priced products. Almost unbelievable!
Sutton: the wide ruffle styles are unmatched. The colors of rebloomers are beyond awesome. A family gang with Chelsea behind the incoming traffic and international sensation Anton Mego intros in their side pocket!
Mid-America: I was running out of spending fun, but wanted a certain Black. I think Tom and Paul have some amazing intros along with sidekick Miss Linda Miller. I spoke to Tom on the phone one day. For me it was like speaking to a hybridizing idol. He was taking a payment from me, but was still cool to hear from a guru. He's like Justin Beeber of irises
Napa: Might be my favorite of orders. They had a great selection of chocolates which I'm trying this year. They combined my shipping before I could even send a email back out also. I placed 2 or 3 orders
Mariposa Iris: Mr. Kanarowski has a very vivid and descriptive variety to choose from. His "go big or go home" factor is not the normal. Normal sucks! I did feel some were 20% more unique than others out the. He's not shy to share vigor info, pod and pollen fertility, bud, branch and stem info
Winterberry: I first read that Don Spoon was from Charlotte, NC, so I was like coool. Mrs. Ginny Spoon and him also have a killer arsenal of rebloomers with zone info. Their site is unmatched in information as well. I was so entertainined reading about starting out vending, hybridizing and other detailed info.
Williamson: They have a redicolous selection. A lot from about everyone out there.
T's flowers: great person and great rhizomes. She takes orders later on and I will definitely be on the order list again. When I was new she dug some for me in early November. I told her never mind, but El Nino started and she was dealing with good weather still. You rock!