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Neomarica longifolia

Botanical Name: Neomarica longifolia (added by Todd Boland, 14-FEB-08)

Botanical Synonyms:



Iridaceae (Todd Boland, 14-FEB-08)

Common Names:

Brazilian Iris, Toad Cups, Yellow Walking Iris (Todd Boland, 14-FEB-08)

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General Description:

Large clumps of whide, sword-like leaves and branching stems of relatively small (for a Neomarica) yellow flowers (Todd Boland, 14-FEB-08)

Distinguishing Features:


Preferred Habitat:

Sun to part shade; moist soil (Todd Boland, 14-FEB-08)


Zone 9a and warmer (Todd Boland, 14-FEB-08)

Native Range:

Brazil (Todd Boland, 14-FEB-08)

Status in the Wild:


Commercial Availability:

Specialty nurseries (Todd Boland, 14-FEB-08)

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Additional Comments:


Where to buy it:

Durio Nursery

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