- Flower nameIris orientalis
- Scientific nameIris orientalis
- Aliasオクロレウカ, Iris ochroleuca, 長大アイリス, Iris orientalis, アイリス・オリエンタルリス
- Place of originTurkey and Greece
- Place of floweringWetlands, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Overseas
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
What is Iris orientalis
Iris orientalis (scientific name: Iris orientalis) is a perennial plant in the family Iridaceae native to Turkey and Greece. It is also called the scientific name Iris orientalis. Iris ochroleuca is a synonym. The leaves are sword-shaped and rhizomatous. It has six flower coverlets, three outer and three inner ones. The outer flower cover is large, wide and hanging down. Inner flower cover is small and standing upright. The outer flower cover is white, blue or blue-violet with yellow spots or stains. The leaves are used in flower arrangements.
Common name: Iris orientalis. scientific name: Iris orientalis, synonym: Iris. ochroleuca L., also known as: long iris, plant height: 40-170 cm, Leaf length: 60-90 cm, Leaf width: 1-2 cm, Flower diameter: 8-10 cm Flowering season: May to July.