- Flower nameIris gracilipes
- Scientific nameIris gracilipes
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMay, June
- Language of flowershave many friends
What is Iris gracilipes
Iris gracilipes commonly called himeshaga (Scientific name: Iris gracilipes) is native to China and is a deciduous perennial of thefamily Iridaceae. Similar to Iris Japonica (Shaga) . However, they are smaller and endangered. The flowers are light purple and the number of flowers is smaller and smaller than that of chaga. The grass height will be about 50 to 70 cm for a shaga, but about 30 cm for a limpet. The leaves of the leafwood are glossy, but the leaves of the leafwood are less glossy, the leaves are narrower, and the top of the tree withers in the winter (the leaf of the leaf does not wither). The flowering time is April to May in Shaga, while that Inris gracilipes( Hime shaga) is slightly delayed in May to June.
General name: Iris gracilipes, Scientific name: Iris gracilipes, Other name: himeshaga, Origin: China, Environment: forest floor in mountainous area, Distribution: Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu of Japan, plant height: 10 - 30 cm, leaf shape: sword shape, leaf length: 20 - 40 cm, leaf width: 1 - 1.5 cm, flower diameter: 4 cm, flower color: light purple, flower How to bloom: Single, double,
Flowering season: May - June.