Molecular Biology and Genetics
Barcode data: Iris bucharica
Statistics of barcoding coverage: Iris bucharica
Public Records: 1
Specimens with Barcodes: 1
Species With Barcodes: 1
It was introduced into the UK in 1902.
It grows to 25 cm, with lanceolate leaves, each bulb producing several flowers in spring. The flowers are white standards with yellow falls. The falls sometimes have brown markings and an deep yellow crest. Each flowers stem will normally produce up to 7 flowers. It has blue-green leaves that become glossy green later.
- Iris x ‘Sunny Side Up’
- Iris bucharica 'Princess' (Foster)
This hybrid flowers in April and May, the fragrant flowers (similar to freesia), are white with yellow blades on the falls. It reaches a height of between 25-35cm (10-14"). It is also hardy to Zone 6. It is also known as 'Iris orchioides f. bicolor'.
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