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Diplarrhena latifolia

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Botanical Name: Diplarrhena latifolia (added by D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)

Botanical Synonyms:

Diplarrena latifolia, Diplarrhena moraea var. latifolia (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)


Irid (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)

Common Names:

White flag, Mountain flag (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)

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General Description:

Has large, fragrant, yellow and lilac blooms, each up to 4 ins. across. 2-2 ft. tall. (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)

Distinguishing Features:

Generally taller & larger than Diplarrhena moraea. (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)

Preferred Habitat:

Mountainsides of Tasmania, well drained, sunny to part shade (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)


Can withstand some frost (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)

Native Range:

Tasmania (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)

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Commercial Availability:

Specialty (D. Kramb, 14-JAN-04)

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