Duch iris

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    Duch iris @ Kiba Park
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    Duch iris @ Kiba Park

Basic information

Flower Name
Duch iris
Formal Name
Iris × hollandica
Alias
Dutch iris, Iris
Habitat
horticultural species (originates from the Netherlands)
Morph
cold-tolerant bulbous plant

Comment

What is Duch iris

Dutch iris (scientific name: Iris × hollandica) is a horticultural species (originates from the Netherlands) and is a cold-tolerant bulbous plant in the family Iridaceae. Usually, an iris is this dutch iris. It is a representative variety of the bulbous iris bred in the Netherlands. It was bred by multiplying the basic species of the Spanish iris (Iris xiphium) with other irises. It blooms in the spring and early summer. It is smaller in height than German Iris (scientific name:Iris germania), and the flowers are simple, but it produces elegant flowers.

Generic name: Dutch Iris, scientific name: Iris× hollandica, also known as: IRIS ,IRIS Holland, origin: horticultural varieties (parent's Mediterranean), environment: somewhat dry location height: 50-80 cm, leaf, Sword-shaped, left-right asymmetric flower, flower diameter: 6 - 10 cm, flowering time: April-May, flower color: blue, purple, yellow, white, red, peach, double-color and uses: cut flowers, Planted garden, Park, plant pot

Detailed information

Order
Asparagales
Family
Iridaceae
Genus
Iris
Species
Iris x hollandica
Flower type
Zygomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
Iris
Leaf type
Sword
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
GardenRiver pondPot flowerOkinawa Hokkaido
Color
Red, Pink, Blue, Violet, Orange, Yellow, White
Season
AprMay
Height
60 ~ 80 [cm]
Diameter
6 ~ 10

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