There are some re blooming L A iris but as Dennis has said, most are not. They are coming from US hybridizers as well as Australia. At the time you purchase them you find out if they are remondant. In the future, look for known re-bloomers to purchase. Of course, while looking you will see gorgeous photos of non re blooming iris you really want. I plant the re bloomers together in areas of the garden where I can treat them differently. After the first or regular bloom is finished, you continue watering and fertilizing more so than with the others. To try and force a non-re blooming iris would confuse the plant, if you succeed, it would also weaken the plant for next years bloom. Among the bearded hybridized iris there are lots of re blooming iris now. I have over 100 in my garden. Carolyn in Los GAtos, CA with over 1000 irises.