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Iris barbatula

Botanical Name: Iris barbatula (added by D. Kramb, 05-OCT-03)


Botanical Synonyms:

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Classification:

Nepalensis (D. Kramb, 05-OCT-03)


Common Names:

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Chromosome Count:

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General Description:

6" (15cm) tall, violet flowers (D. Kramb, 05-OCT-03)

Narrow vertical foliage, tubers radiating from a small bud like a juno (or a roscoea) (Peter Taggart uk, 06-JAN-10)


Distinguishing Features:

The seeds have a small aril (Peter Taggart uk, 06-JAN-10)


Preferred Habitat:

Grassy plateuas, at 24003600 m. (D. Kramb, 26-DEC-03)

Needs water in summer, grows in the open ground i the west of scotland, (Peter Taggart uk, 06-JAN-10)


Hardiness:

Hardy in zone 8 (Peter Taggart uk, 06-JAN-10)


Native Range:

China (Northwestern Yunnan province) (D. Kramb, 05-OCT-03)


Status in the Wild:

N/A


Commercial Availability:

Rare (Peter Taggart uk, 06-JAN-10)


Sources Cited:

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Additional Comments:

This species was discovered/described in 1995. (D. Kramb, 26-DEC-03)

Pretty (Peter Taggart uk, 06-JAN-10)

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