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Iris spuria subsp. halophila

Botanical Name: Iris spuria subsp. halophila (added by Ken Walker, 15-APR-04)

Botanical Synonyms:

Iris desertorum, Iris gueldenstadtiana, Iris halophila, Iris stenogyna (Ken Walker, 15-APR-04)


Spuria (Ken Walker, 15-APR-04)

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Chromosome Count:

2n=44 (D. Kramb, 02-OCT-04)

General Description:

Grows 16" to 35" tall with flowers that are pale to dark yellow with darker veining. (D. Kramb, 02-OCT-04)

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Native Range:

European Russia into Iran and Afghanistan through Central Asia into Siberia, W. Mongolia and China (Ken Walker, 15-APR-04)

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Commercial Availability:


Sources Cited:

BIS Guild to Species Irises (Ken Walker, 15-APR-04)

Info entered on 02-OCT-04 comes from the SIGNA Checklist of Iris Species. (D. Kramb, 02-OCT-04)

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Where to buy it:

Pépinière des Avettes

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