Iris orientalis

Japanese Iris, due to the name 'orientalis'.

The Latin specific epithet orientalis refers to 'eastern' (as any good classicist knows) but it is sometimes used in botany as 'from the Orient' aka 'Far east'. This beardless Iris spreads by swollen underground stems (rhizomes). It is commonly known as yellow banded iris in the U.S. and Turkish iris in the U.K. but also has some other less common names. orientalis BotGardBln 20170610 B.jpg orientalis BotGardBln 20170610 C.jpgCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike LicenseGlobal Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 2748312東方鳶尾 Iris orientalis -香港花展 Hong Kong Flower Show- (9252406629).jpgFrom Wikimedia Commons, the free media repositoryIris orientalis - botanical illustrationsPlants of the World online ID: following 21 files are in this category, out of 21 total. This beardless Iris spreads by swollen underground stems (rhizomes). This species is about 1.2m tall and almost evergreen. What else do you need to know?Iris orientalis is a species native to Turkey and Greece, with white flowers that have a yellow mark or blotch that varies in size. Long in cultivation there seem to be as many cultivars as plants. Iris sanguinea. I acctually own 5 peafowl!

r . These plants are extremely hardy considering their origins and when established will be happy for many years with little work needed to maintain them. The yellow and white flowers are produced in early summer. Etymology.

The result set contains records provided under the following names: 11487 Date: 31-10-1978 Herbarium: State Herbarium of South Australia View record: Iris orientalis Mill.

Iris (Iridaceae) From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Iris pseudopumila. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Species Iris, Spuria Iris (Iris orientalis) supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles database at Dave's Garden.

s . State Herbarium of South Australia National Herbarium of New South Wales Almost any soil, grows well in BallyrobertAnyway, one of my favourites, it has the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit (RHS AGM), and should have it in your garden! South Australian Murray Darling Basin Close × Share This Page. It is also the universal symbol for Scouting. Biology pages with wikidata item specified in VNIris orientalis BotGardBln 20170610 A.jpgThis category has only the following subcategory.

Lofty Iris spuria, flowering late and at shoulder height, is new to me and I have a dozen in the trial. Iris reticulata. Over 200 years later people are confused!Email:    Iris (i-ris) is a genus of 260–300 species of flowering plants with showy flowers.

As well as being the scientific name, Iris is also used as a common name. Iris orientalis BotGardBln 20170610 D.jpgNew Zealand Organisms Register ID: b86791d6-8455-45c3-82c0-ffaf194b3d03Flora of North America taxon ID: 242101712This category contains only the following page. Description Quite a magnificent rhizomatous plant from Greece and Turkey giving an amazing display of white and yellow flowers. Iris orientalis (es); Iris orientalis (fr); Iris orientalis (ast); Iris orientalis (ru); Orientalische Schwertlilie (de); Iris orientalis (vi); Iris orientalis (ga); زنبق شرقی (fa); Iris orientalis (bg); Iris orientalis (ro); Iris orientalis (sv); Iris orientalis (pl); Iris orientalis (uk); Iris orientalis (la); Iris orientalis (nl); Iris orientalis (ceb); Iris orientalis (war); Gellesgen Twrci (cy); Iris orientalis (en); Iris orientalis (it); Iris orientalis (pt); Iris orientalis (sq) especie de planta (es); উদ্ভিদের প্রজাতি (bn); especie de planta (ast); espècie de planta (ca); Art der Gattung der Schwertlilien (Iris) (de); lloj i bimëve (sq); گونه‌ای از زنبق (fa); вид насекомо (bg); specie de plante (ro); art (sv); מין של צמח (he); soort uit het geslacht lis (nl); բույսերի տեսակ (hy); speco di planto (io); вид растений (ru); species of plant (en); especie de planta (gl); نوع من النباتات (ar); druh rostliny (cs); вид рослин (uk) Iris orientalis, Schmetterlings-Schwertlilie (de)Wild white iris - Flickr - gailhampshire.jpgUses of Wikidata Infobox providing interwiki links Iris pallida.