■(SPX) 'Byakuya No Kuni'
'Byakuya No Kuni'
( Hiroshi Shimizu
by Carol Warner, R. 2005). SPEC-X (Pseudata)
; 37" (94 cm), Early midseason bloom. Standards creamy white, very small; style arms yellow; Falls creamy white, signals bright yellow, deep purple eyelash pattern. 'Gubijin'
X unknown. Draycott 2005. Translation: "Land of the Midnight Sun"
* * References
| From Draycott Gardens catalog, 2016: BYAKUYA NO KUNI (Hiroshi Shimizu, 2005) 37" E-M. This pseudata is one of the most vigorous and showy in the garden. The cream flowers are accented with yellow style arms and signal and dark purple eyelashes. Stalks carry at least 7 buds on two branches with a triple socketed terminal. Foliage is a bright green with just a tint of yellow. The name describes the white color of the flower and means “Land of the Midnight Sun”. $10.00
*Please do not enter images that are not your own without owners' permission, this is against Wiki policy*
"Although the Encyclopedia is free to all, it is supported by Emembership in AIS, If you would like to help sustain this reference, for $15 you can become an Emember, click here
Interested in Iris Species?
Please visit the: Species Iris Group of North America
Your Observations Are Valued.
Please make note of bud count, branching, purple based foliage and bloom time, etc. Because these are affected by climate, note date, year and geographic location and write these and other comments in the comment box below.
- This variety's name was misspelled at registration. We hope to have it corrected to 'Byakuya no Kuni'. -- JimWilson - 16 Jun 2010
- Iris Register still lists 'Byakuya No Kumi' - Betsy Higgins - 7/4/17.