■ (SPEC) Iris spuria subspecies carthaliniae Mathew
(Alexander Wasiljewitsch Fomin
, 1909, Miczet-Gori District near Tiflis, Russia). Spur; 36-40" (90-100 cm), Color Class-B1; Blue; sky blue flowers with darker veins; a white form is also known; Fomin originally described this as a separate species but has been reduced by Mathew to a subpecies of Iris spuria
| Iris carthaliniae Fomin, Vestn. Tiflissk. Bot. Sada 14: 44 (1909).
| Iris spuria subsp. carthaliniae (Fomin) B.Mathew, Iris: 117 (1981).
[Considered as Iris spuria L.
Fomin in Mathew's, The Iris].
2n=44. Correvon 1930;
Distribution & Cultivation
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