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Sometimes listed Kashmiriana or Kasmir I. in old literature

TB B3M

Pale lilac-blue or white; white beard tipped yellow; fragrant. Similar to I. albicans. Distinct long, narrow green spathes, which remain green until the flower has faded. Both diploid and tetraploid forms of this variety are found growing in the same areas. Native to regions of Kashmir, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran.

Comment: “I’ve grown this thing, and it’s just a dark blue bitone diploid–hardly a species. There’s a lot of confusion surrounding kashmiriana, but the form used in breeding to produce Kashmir White and Miss Willmott was a white tetraploid.” – Phil Edinger

Provenance: Image from Wildwood Gardens (Will Plotner) ata the AIS Convention Portland, 2006.

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I. Kashmiriana

J.G. Baker, collected 1877 Sometimes listed Kashmiriana or Kasmir I. in old literature

Iris Class: Bearded
Bearded Class: Tall Bearded
Age: Before 1900
Fall Color: Purple
Standard Color: Purple
Pattern: Neglecta
Beard Color: Lemon/Light Yellow
Hybridizer: Baker
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