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Iris X germanica var. florentinia EYE - riss jer - MAN - ih - kah. COMMON NAME: Bearded Iris Classification: rhizome, frost tolerate perennial Arrangement: basal Composition: simple Margin: entire Veins: parallel Leaf: length 24-36”, width 2-2 ½”.

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iris x germanica var florentinia eye riss jer man ih kah
Iris X germanica var. florentiniaEYE - riss jer - MAN - ih - kah
  • COMMON NAME: Bearded Iris
  • Classification: rhizome, frost tolerate perennial
  • Arrangement: basal
  • Composition: simple
  • Margin: entire
  • Veins: parallel
  • Leaf: length 24-36”, width 2-2 ½”
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FORM: ranges from about 6 inches in the miniatures to more than 3 feet in the large types

  • FOLIAGE: bold, sword-shaped leaves, sheathing each other at the base
  • FLOWERS: spring (April- May) identified by thick, have prominent gold bushy “beards” on each side of the lower petals
  • Stamen on flower petals
  • Zones 5-9