France - Besançon (Doubs)
Also known as Charles Grénier, botanist. In 1836 he received his doctorate in medicine, followed by his degree in sciences in 1844. At Besançon, he taught classes in natural history, zoology and botany, being appointed doyen of the school in 1869.[Dominique-Alexandre Godron. Also see: Hybridizerpublications:
GRÉNIER Charles et GODRON Dominique-Alexandre: Flore de France ou description des plantes qui croissent naturellement en France et en Corse, Tome 3, 1855: p. 239: Iris chamæris; p. 240: Iris lutescens, Olbiensis Hénon; p. 241: Iris germanica, florentina; p. 242: Iris pseudacorus, fœtidissima; p. 243: Iris spuria, graminea; p. 244: Iris sibirica, xyphioides; p. 245: Iris Xyphium.