Species Iris Group of North America

What's An Iris? What's SIGNA? Seed Exchange
Publications Species Database Spec-X IOTM
Upload Info
Upload Photo
Iris adriatica

Sorry, but no photos of Iris adriatica have been uploaded yet.


Botanical Name: Iris adriatica (added by Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Botanical Synonyms:

N/A


Classification:

Eupogon (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Common Names:

N/A


Chromosome Count:

2n = 16 (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


General Description:

Dwarf stem, yellow or violet flowers. (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Distinguishing Features:

Leaves usually straight. Fruit 2-3 cm, elliptical-trigonous. Seeds are smaller and darker than in other species of the complex. (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Preferred Habitat:

Mediterranean or Submediterranean meadows. (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Hardiness:

Z8. Dry Summers. (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Native Range:

Dalmatia, Croatia. (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Status in the Wild:

Decreasing populations. (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Commercial Availability:

N/A


Sources Cited:

Http://www.landesmuseum.at/pdf_frei_remote/PHY_42_2_0305-0313.pdf (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)


Additional Comments:

Similar to Iris pseudopumila, Iris pumila, Iris attica. Said to be difficult in cultivation (?). (Gianluca Corazza, 01-MAY-13)

Where to buy it:


Sorry, but no sources of Iris adriatica have been uploaded yet.

© 1999-2016, SIGNA. Material from this database may be freely used for non-profit purposes, provided that you give proper credit to the original photographer or contributor. For-profit organizations should contact the photographer or contributor directly to request permission. SIGNA may or may not have contact information for those individuals. Number of Species: 432, Number of Photos: 2105

© 2018, SIGNA. For general inquiries about SIGNA please contact krw25@cornell.edu. Please report technical problems to dkramb@badbear.com.