- Flower nameJapanese Iris 'Shinsoukajin'
- Scientific nameIris ensata var. shinsoukajin
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringRiver, pond
- Flowering seasonJune
- Language of flowersHappy news
What is Japanese Iris 'Shinsoukajin'
Iris ensata '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 tepals are three large and the flower color is white-based (white to light purple), and the inner tepals are small and rise up in purple.
The flower is a bicolor flower of white and purple.
Edo group, three outer tepals (3 ei), bicolor flower in white and purple , outer tepals are drooping, flower size: middle, Outer tepals: white to light purple with crimped rim, inner tepals: purple with dark perple rib, Flowering season: mid-June, rearing: Taisho era..