(SPU) Spurias; Spurias are being moved to new web
Spurias are tall (2 to 5 feet in height) and elegant, and have very attractive foliage. The shape of the bloom often suggests orchids and the colors range from white and yellow through blue, wine and brown, often with bright yellow signals. This horticultural class is equivalent to the botanical Series Spuriae
. The highest award is the Eric Nies Medal
. See also Hybridizing Spuria Irises by Dave Niswonger
, and Transplanting Spurias
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