■ (SPEC) Iris assadiana Chaud.,Kirk., & Weym.
1976, Botanical authors: Chaudhary, Kirkwood, & Weymouth
Iris assadiana Chaud., Kirk., & Weym
(Shaukat A. Chaudhary, Grace Kirkwood & Carolyne Weymouth
, 1976, Syria); Section Oncocyclus
. 6" (15 cm). Variable dark purple flowers, beard mixed white and purple style branches pale orange, confined to Syrian Desert. Chaudhary, Kirkwood, & Weymouth in Botaniska Notiser, 128(4): 401 (1975 published 1976).)-
| Iris assadiana Chaudhary, G.Kirkw. & C.Weymouth, Bot. Not. 128: 401 (1975 publ. 1976).
Iris barnumiae var. zenobiae Mouterde, Nouv. Fl. Liban Syrie 1: 315 (1966).
Distribution and Cultivation
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