Iris species

Jane McGary
Sat, 04 Apr 2020 09:52:16 PDT
I noticed one Iris subbiflora in flower the other day (early spring 
here), although the main planting of it isn't so far along. The one 
flowering is in a dry, sunny area with poor soil. This is a "standard 
dwarf bearded" sized species with deep purple flowers. It sometimes 
reblooms in fall.

Jane McGary, Portland, Oregon, USA

On 4/4/2020 6:29 AM, Robert Lauf wrote:
>   Looks like I. subbiflora, based on the plate XXXIII in Dykes.  An online search of that names turns up a lot of pics, so compare those to your plant for confirmation.
> Bob LaufOak Ridge, TN
>      On Saturday, April 4, 2020, 03:25:06 AM EDT, Gianni Benetti <> wrote:
>   I had this iris from a botanical garden like Iris pseudopumila, but now
> that it has bloomed I realize that it is not that. Can anyone determine it.
> Maybe the details of the photo are not enough.
> Gianni Benetti
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