- Flower nameJapanese water iris
- Scientific nameIris ensata var. spontanea
- Aliasショウブ, 野花菖蒲, 菖蒲, Nohanasyoubu, Japanese water iris, ハナカツミ
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringWetlands
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Japanese water iris
Japanese water iris (Latin name: Iris ensata var. spontanea) is a species of perennial plant of Iris Iris 'IRIS'. Red purple ground petals at the base (outside perianth) to enter the yellow markings. IRIS is analysls horticultural varieties often flower, double rings include the petals at the base (outside perianth) of overgrown enters during the analysls and similar yellow markings.Similar to IRIS, Japanese IRIS, kakitsubata and recognize IRIS bloom with purple or white flowers into a mesh pattern, dry place is the IRIS is recognised by white stripes.
Generic name: Japanese water iris, scientific name: Iris ensata var. spontanea, Habitat: Hokkaido-Kyushu: wetlands and water, Living type: perennial, Height: 50-100 cm, leaf color: green, leaf shape: Sword-shaped, leaf margin: entire, flowering: June-July, flower diameter: 15 cm color: Red purple to yellow muscle.