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Iris x noti

Botanical Name: Iris x noti (added by Anonymous, 03-JUN-08)

Botanical Synonyms:



Californicae (Anonymous, 03-JUN-08)

Common Names:

Noti Iris (Anonymous, 03-JUN-08)

Chromosome Count:

2n=40 (Anonymous, 03-JUN-08)

General Description:

Natural occuring cross between I. Tenax & I. Chrysophylla (Anonymous, 03-JUN-08)

Distinguishing Features:

Look like I. tenax, but their long perianth tubes identify them as I. chrysophylla (Anonymous, 03-JUN-08)

Preferred Habitat:




Native Range:

25 sq mile area located near Noti, Oregon (Anonymous, 03-JUN-08)

Status in the Wild:


Commercial Availability:

Rare (Anonymous, 03-JUN-08)

Sources Cited:


Additional Comments:

Additional information is available on the Pacific Coast Native Iris website at http://www.pacificcoastiris.org/Gessert.html (D. Kramb, 05-JUN-08)

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