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The main article for this category is Iris (plant).



Iris (plant)

Iris albertii

Iris albicans

Iris albomarginata

Iris aucheri

Iris boissieri

Iris bracteata

Iris bucharica

Iris caucasica

Iris chrysographes

Iris chrysophylla

Iris confusa

Iris cristata

Iris croatica

Iris cycloglossa

Iris danfordiae

Iris delavayi

Iris domestica

Iris douglasiana

Iris ensata

Iris fernaldii

Iris filifolia

Iris flavescens

Iris foetidissima

Iris fosteriana

Iris germanica

Iris giganticaerulea

Iris graeberiana

Iris graminea

Iris hartwegii

Iris henryi

Iris histrio

Iris hookeri

Iris hyrcana

Iris illyrica

Iris innominata

Iris japonica

Iris juncea

Iris kolpakowskiana

Iris kuschakewiczii

Iris lactea

Iris lacustris

Iris laevigata

Iris latifolia

Iris lazica

Iris longipetala

Iris lutescens

Iris maackii

Iris macrosiphon

Iris magnifica

Iris maracandica

Iris milesii

Iris missouriensis

Iris munzii

Iris narbutii

Iris narynensis

Iris nigricans

Iris nusairiensis

Iris orchioides

Iris orjenii

Iris palaestina

Iris pallida

Iris pamphylica

Iris persica

Iris planifolia

Iris prismatica

Iris pseudacorus

Iris pseudocaucasica

Iris pseudopumila

Iris pumila

Iris purdyi

Iris regis-uzziae

Iris reichenbachii

Iris reticulata

Iris reticulata var. bakeriana

Iris rosenbachiana

Iris ruthenica

Iris rutherfordii

Iris sanguinea

Iris ser. Californicae

Iris ser. Hexagonae

Iris ser. Longipetalae

Iris series Chinenses

Iris series Laevigatae

Iris series Ruthenicae

Iris series Sibiricae

Iris series Spuriae

Iris series Syriacae

Iris series Tenuifoliae

Iris series Tripetalae

Iris serotina

Iris setosa

Iris sibirica

Iris spuria

Iris stenophylla

Iris subg. Iris

Iris subg. Limniris

Iris subg. Nepalensis

Iris subg. Xiphium

Iris tectorum

Iris tenax

Iris tenuis

Iris tenuissima

Iris tingitana

Iris tubergeniana

Iris tuberosa

Iris unguicularis

Iris uniflora

Iris variegata

Iris vartanii

Iris verna

Iris versicolor

Iris vicaria

Iris virginica

Iris warleyensis

Iris willmottiana

Iris winkleri

Iris winogradowii

Iris xiphium

Iris zagrica

Iris zaprjagajewii

Iris zenaidae

Iris × hollandica

Japanese iris

List of Iris species

Louisiana iris


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44 news items

Thu, 12 Jun 2014 11:36:37 -0700

The Leo T. Clark Iris Society will hold a potted iris plant sale 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 21 at 570 Vallombrosa Way in Chico. Dykes Medal winners, re-bloomers and recent introductions will be sold for a nominal price. Proceeds from this sale will be used ...
Christian Science Monitor
Mon, 09 May 2011 10:46:03 -0700

Dwarf crested iris, Iris cristata, is a charming native plant that grows well in the shade at the edge of woods. By Gene Bush May 9, 2011. close. Dwarf crested iris, Iris cristata, usually has flowers in some shade of lavender-blue, but white is also ...
Tue, 02 Sep 2014 02:33:45 -0700

Here we describe a rapid single-step technique which combines Microwave Extraction with Isotope Ratio Infrared Spectroscopy (ME-IRIS). Plant, soil and insect water is extracted into a dry air stream by microwave irradiation within a sealed vessel. The ...
Napa Valley Register
Fri, 18 Apr 2014 20:43:01 -0700

The only way an iris changes color is if a flower is pollinated, develops a seed pod, and the resulting seeds fall to the ground and germinate thus growing into a new iris plant. This new iris plant will always bloom differently than the parents due to ...

WDSU New Orleans

WDSU New Orleans
Wed, 24 Sep 2014 11:52:00 -0700

I try to add an iris plant every year to one area of my garden. You will not see them in late summer, but they are returning in spring and are magnificent. One of the benefits of planting fruit trees like satsuma, oranges or lemon is that they fruit ...
Lincoln Journal Star
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 12:41:15 -0700

Pick a spot not too close to other plants, especially shrubs or trees which take food and water needed by the iris. Plant tall bearded irises at least 18-24 inches from other perennials, including other irises. For an instant clump, plant 3 rhizomes of ...

TriValley Central

TriValley Central
Wed, 24 Sep 2014 01:01:27 -0700

I found a slime mold growing around the base of one of an iris plant the other day. None of these cause harm to other plants. They simply decompose dead plant matter in the soil, a really important job. The mushrooms show up during the summer rainy ...
Tue, 29 May 2007 03:04:02 -0700

The bearded irises used to seem to me too regal and stately to love, in fact, rather pompous. (There are other estimable kinds of irises, but the tall bearded are the most familiar and the most flamboyant—the ones Van Gogh painted.) But when I worked ...

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