- Flower nameJapanese Iris 'Shinsoukajin'
- Scientific nameIris ensata var. shinsoukajin
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringRiver, pond, Rice paddies
- Flowering seasonJune
- Language of flowersHappy news
What is Japanese Iris 'Shinsoukajin'
Japanese Iris 'Shinsoukajin' or Hanashobu 'Shinsoukajin' (scientific name: Iris ensata var. Shinsoukajin) is a horticultural variety of the perennial herb" Japanese Iris "of the family Iridaceae.
The outer petals are large with three petals, white to light purple in color and drooping, while the inner petals are small with three petals, purple and standing up. The flowers are white and bicolor. ”White" means that the petals are not pure white but white or light purple, and "bicolor" means that the outer and inner petals are different colors.
Common name: Japanese Iris 'Shinsoukajin' or Hanashobu 'Shinsoukajin', scientific name: Iris ensata var. Shinsoukajin, Edo style, 3ei, white bicolor flowers, drooping flowers, petiole color: white light color, flower size: medium, outer flower Covers: white to light wisteria with crepe-like edges; inner perianth: dark purple stripes (ribs) on purple background; flowering season: mid-June; bred: Taisho era.