Spermatophytes (seed plants): Angiosperms (flowering plants): Monocots: Asparagales
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Richard and Teresa Ware rtw_iris_sibirica_11
Sepals flaring or curving downward apically, widely orbiculate, per Flora of North America.
Richard and Teresa Ware rtw_iris_sibirica_5
Petals erect, narrowly elliptic-obovate; style divided into petaloid branches, per Flora of North America.
Stephanie C. Brundage scb_051117ccnbg17
May Clay County NC
Clay County Native Botanical Garden
Stems hollow. Leaf blades dark green, often tinged pink at base, per Flora of North America.
Non-native: Eurasia & eastern Europe
Documented growing wild in - - -
Rhizomes compact, freely branching, forming dense clumps
Lavender/ Violet/ sometimes white
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