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Iris winogradowii

Botanical Name: Iris winogradowii (added by Anonymous, 04-JAN-06)


Botanical Synonyms:

N/A


Classification:

Iridaceae (Anonymous, 04-JAN-06)

Hermodactyloides (reticulata group) (Peter Taggart UK, 05-JAN-10)


Common Names:

N/A


Chromosome Count:

Dwarf iris (Anonymous, 04-JAN-06)

2n=16 (Peter Taggart UK, 05-JAN-10)


General Description:

Dwarf plant which grows from a bulb, yellow flower. tall: 10cm (Anonymous, 04-JAN-06)

Stoloniferous, larger flowers than most retics (Peter Taggart UK, 05-JAN-10)


Distinguishing Features:

N/A


Preferred Habitat:

Meadows in mountains (Anonymous, 04-JAN-06)


Hardiness:

Requires wet summers (Anonymous, 04-JAN-06)


Native Range:

Caucasian mountains (Anonymous, 04-JAN-06)


Status in the Wild:

Rare, endangered (Anonymous, 08-JAN-06)


Commercial Availability:

Common (Anonymous, 04-JAN-06)


Sources Cited:

N/A


Additional Comments:

Hybredises with I histroides, ('Frank Elder', 'Katherine Hodgkin') (Peter Taggart UK, 05-JAN-10)

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