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- It can usually be found in rather large clumps of creeping and thick rhizomes. The stems fully upright are unwinged and possess several basal leaves of about a half inch or full centimeter in width.
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Iris Versicolor- Blue Flag Iris
Iris Versicolor is a flowering plant species known by many names, such Poison Flag, Blue Flag, Larger Blue Flag, Harlequin Blueflag, and Northern Blue Flag. In the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Scotland, the plant is known merely as the Purple Iris. The Iris Versicolor falls within the broader Iris flower species family and is native to Canada, North America, Europe, Russia, and Asia. It can usually be found thriving along river shores and streambanks, as well as in marshes and sedge meadows. Regarding the name, Versicolor, it's another way of saying "variously colored." The flowering plant is one of three species found with the Iris genus, having been formally identified in 1936 by the renowned British geneticist, Ronald Fisher. A Detailed Look at Iris Versicolor, The Iris Versicolor, is a vibrant herbaceous perennial flower that typically reaches a height of no more than 31 inches or 80 centimeters. It can usually be found in rather large clumps of creeping and thick rhizomes. The stems fully upright are unwinged and possess several basal leaves of about a half inch or full centimeter in width. The sheets were taking on the appearance of an overlapping flat fan, with a crease near the midrib point. The lower portion of the plant generally takes on a bright blue color consisting of 6 petals with sepals that fan outward in two separate directions. It is not uncommon for the flower to grow in a purple or violet shade. The greenish yellow tinted sepals are usually hairless. About the flower's inferior ovary, that is typically angled quite bluntly. The plant blooms from May to June, with the giant floating seeds appearing in the autumn season. The Symbolism of The Iris Versicolor The Iris versicolor is the officially sanctioned flower for the US State known as Tennessee, adopted within the state legislature in the early 1930s. It is also the official flower for the Canadian province of Quebec.
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