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Ennealophus euryandrus

Botanical Name: Ennealophus euryandrus (added by D. Kramb, 26-JUL-08)

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Irid (D. Kramb, 26-JUL-08)

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General Description:

The small, pleated, iris-like light green leaves compose the 15" wide clump, adorned with 1' tall spikes ending in terminal clusters of 1" blue-lavender flowers, starting in May and continuing through the summer. (D. Kramb, 26-JUL-08)

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Preferred Habitat:

Thrives best in a partially sunny, well-drained location. (D. Kramb, 26-JUL-08)



Native Range:

Argentina (D. Kramb, 26-JUL-08)

Status in the Wild:


Commercial Availability:

Specialty nurseries (D. Kramb, 26-JUL-08)

Sources Cited:

Description taken from the Plant Delights Nursery website. (D. Kramb, 26-JUL-08)

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Where to buy it:

Plant Delights Nursery

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