- Flower nameTrimezia steyermarkii
- Scientific nameTrimezia steyermarkii
- Aliasトリメジア・ステイルマルキィ, Trimezia steyermarkii, Yellow Walking Iris
- Place of originMexico, Central America
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What is Trimezia steyermarkii
Trimezia steyermarkii or Yellow Walking Iris (scientific name: Trimezia steyermarkii) is native to Mexico and is a temperate perennial of the family Iridaceae. Leaves are linear root roots. A small yellow flower-like flower blooms at the end of a long flower stem. The flowers consist of three yellow flowers and three inner flower plants with brownish spots in the golden colored ground, three stamens, three broken pistils, and two bracts. It is a flower day which closes in the morning and opens in the afternoon. In the same genus, there is a US shiga (Neomarika / Noyana) where the outer flower cover is white and the inner flower cover is blue.
Common name: Trimezia steyermarkii, Scientific name: Trimezia steyermarkii, aka: Yellow Walking Iris, Forenoon yellow flag, origin: Mexico, Central America, Life type: perennial (partly root), plant height: 40 cm, plant height: anniversary, leaf shape: linear 3 leaves, 3 flowers, 3 bruises, bracts: leaf color: green, outer flower number / color: 3 sheets / yellow, inner flowering number / color: 3 sheets / golden brown plaque, 2 flowers, flower color: yellow, flower length: 5 cm, fruit type: fruit fruits, remarks: a day flower to close in the morning and close in the afternoon. Breeding spreads in the rhizome. Use: For ornamental, Medicinal Plant "Doragon's blood", Cultivation: Place water in half shade and thoroughly. Weak against cold.