What a beautiful thing!
I never realized that Iris tectorum was actually a bearded iris. I have only seen photos of it and from the form, etc. just assumed that it was a beardless.
I am sure that they would probably hate southern Calif. with the long hot dry summers we get here. Too bad.
Jan in Chatsworth
thomas silvers <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
variation of Iris tectorum... with an
"improved" (if you like that sort of thing) full,
flat, overlapping form.
This is from the second generation, from a cross
between the typical blue/purple tectorum and the
smaller-flowered white tectorum.
It has decent branching (for a tectorum) too.
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