as the hybrid I. warleyensis
x aucheri (syn.
other experts say the cross is actually between warleyensis
10" tall (25 cm) in flower, this beautiful hybrid shows a close
resemblance to it's parent Iris warleyensis.
Notice how the falls are
strongly recurved, and a striking gold and brownish-purple color. The
standards seem to be a paler smoky blue compared to it's parent.
The flowers are sweetly scented, similar to warleyensis.
In the photo below, snapped a few days earlier, we see the
entire plant with flower buds in the corn-leaf axils. The white-
flowered iris on the left is I.
Photo above snapped on April 20, 2002.
Photo below snapped on misty morning, April 16, 2002.
Photos by Mark
to Juno Iris gallery #1 ]
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