- Flower nameHanashobu
- Scientific nameIris ensata var. ensata
- Aliasショウブ, 花菖蒲, 菖蒲, Japanese Iris
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringRice paddies
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
- Language of flowerskind heart
What is Hanashobu
Hanashobu or Japanese Iris ( scientific name: Iris ensata var. Ensata) is a horticultural variety of Nohana shobu (scientific name: I. e. Var. Spontanea) and is a perennial herb of the genus Iridaceae. In early summer, the flower spikes are extended from the tip of the upright flower stem to make large flowers bloom. There are Edo, Ise, Higo, Nagai and foreign origins.
Ayome (Scientific name: Iris sanguinea) > And, it is similar to Kakitsubata, Shallow-flowered Iris or Rabbitear Iris ( scientific name: Iris laevigata) and it is hard to identify. How to identify
Hanashobu (I. ensata var. Ensata) have yellow spots at the base of the petals (outer coat).
Ayame or Siberian iris (I. sanguinea) has a rope pattern, and there are jaundice in the external flower cover.Kakitsubata( I. laevigata) has white spots. In order of flowering time, it is Ayame or Siberian iris (I. sanguinea) → Kakitsubata (I. laevigata) → Hanashobu (I. ensata var. Ensata) → Nohana shobu (I. e. Var. Spontanea).
Ayame (I. sanguinea), Hanashobu (I. ensata var. Ensata) and Kakitsubata (I. laevigata) are plants of the iris family and sweet flag (scientific name: Acorus calamus var. Angustatus) is a plant of the family Schyb.
Common name: Japanese Iris, scientific name: Iris ensata var. ensata,synonym: Iris ensata var. hortensis, life type: perennial, height: 50-100 cm, leaf, Sword-shaped, flowering period: May-July, flower diameter: 15 cm, color: purple, violet, purple, lilac, peach, yellow, white and rims and aperture