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Iris pseudacorus var. bastardii

Botanical Name: Iris pseudacorus var. bastardii (added by D. Kramb, 30-SEP-04)

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Laevigatae (D. Kramb, 30-SEP-04)

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Lacks the darker yellow zone on the falls. Dykes - unblotched pale yellow occasional in normal populations, many places. (D. Kramb, 30-SEP-04)

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Info entered on 30-SEP-04 comes from the SIGNA Checklist of Iris Species. (D. Kramb, 30-SEP-04)

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Due to its aggressive nature, SIGNA recommends that North American gardeners avoid planting Iris pseudacorus where its seeds can escape into waterways, but it's fine for ordinary garden planting in those states & provinces where it's legal.

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