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Re: Trimezia, Not an African Iris

  • Subject: Re: Trimezia, Not an African Iris
  • From: Rodney Barton <rbarton@hsc.unt.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2007 15:56:04 -0600
  • Thread-index: AcdhA2a/pQAcpsz2EduFIgADk7p1Pg==
  • Thread-topic: Trimezia, Not an African Iris


Well said! The taxonomy of the Iridaceae is a mess! If you do a search on
Trimezia you'll see this plant called T. martinicensis. Which I'm quite
certain it is not! I had a long "chat" with Edmund Heaton who held the UK
collection of Tigridia tribe of Iridaceae. Unfortunately I wasn't able
establish T. martinicensis from the seed he sent.



BTW - For those that don't know this and Neomarica are new world plants not
"African irises". It's also a "walker" and quite tender much more so than
the Neomarica I grow.


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