A Guide to Species Irises: Their Identification and Cultivation
British Iris Society. Species Group, British Iris Society, Species Group Staff, The Species Group of the British Iris Society
Cambridge University Press, 27.03.1997 - 371 Seiten
This volume was first published in 1997, providing a comprehensive, botanically detailed survey of this beautiful group of plants since publication of The Genus Iris by W. R. Dykes. Following the pattern of the original Dykes monograph, botanical details, cultivation suggestions and general comments are supplied, and the work is generously illustrated with accurate line drawings, pictures of unusual species and distribution maps. This survey takes into account the many changes in classification which have taken place in the group. Information scattered in the literature is brought together in one volume to provide an authoritative reference for professional botanists and growers, and a mine of useful information for amateur gardeners and iris enthusiasts. A 2010 preface has been written especially for the re-issue of this important text. The colour plates have been removed for this printing and placed on the web at www.cambridge.org/9780521206433.
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The Iris in History i
Chromosomes and the Genus Iris
the Bearded Irises
the Beardless Irises
Subgenus Nepalensis Dykes
Subgenus Scorpiris Spach
Subgenus Hermodactyloides Spach the Reticulata Irises
pariensis Welsh 1986
1.5 cm wide 2-flowered 2.5 cm long acuminate acute Afghanistan alpine house anthers apex aril averaging Baker beard blade Bract Bract and bracteole bracteole brown bulb frame Capsule chromosome number claw clumps cm diameter cm tall conspicuous cream Cultivation dark darker Description Bulb tunics Description Leaves Description Rhizome Distribution Dykes erect falcate falls filaments flower colour flowers garden glaucous green ground growing Habitat herbaceous hybrid Iran Iris irises karyotype keeled lanceolate leaf bases lilac lobes margin Mathew membranous Mountains narrow oblanceolate oblong obovate Observations obtuse ovary paler pedicel perianth tube plant pollen purple reflexed Rodionenko scarious Seeds sheathing short shorter Sichuan signal patch slender slightly soil spathes species spuria stamens standards spreading Stem stigma stolons style arms Style branches style crests subgenus subsp subspecies swollen Synonym Juno Syria tapering tips triangular trigonal Turkey unbranched usually variable veined violet Vved whitish wild yellow crest Yunnan