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■ (Spec) Iris reginae Horvat

1947, Botanical author Horvat

Iris reginae (Ivo and Marija Horvat, 1947, Macedonia). 20-24" (50-60 cm). "Its blossom is somewhat larger than that of Iris variegata, which is closely related. The petals are narrower and longer than those of the latter. The ground color of the blossoms off-white, and the veins are a beautifully contrasting violet. On closer inspection the standards are also delicately shaded. The leaves are extremely crescent-shaped and their lengthwise veins stand out even more than Iris variegata. The standards are somewhat open, and the diameter of the blossom is up to 4" (10 cm)." - Kohlein, Iris.

See below:

BHP 9796-X2 i variegata reginae.jpgI-variegata-var-reginae.jpgreginae-5377.jpgreginae01.jpgreginae02.jpgreginae03.jpgreginae1.jpgreginae2.jpgReginae - Variegata -.JPGReginae - Variegata .JPG

References

In Eupogon Iris in Cultivation (1970)
as I. reqinae Horvat, Glasn. Soc. Sci. Nat. Croatica, Biol. Ser. 2/B, 1: 20, 1947, Yugoslavia. (1) Hort. Class: MTB, 2n=24. White with purple veins. Unident. clones widely distributed.

Hanselmayer: Hans. list 1957, to Mel 1958, to ERo 1961.
Randolph Y-13: type specimen from Horvat garden, Yugo. JGW, Berk. 2n=24. Karyotype similar to that of I. variegata. Appears to be a blue form of variegata.
Randolph Y-15: Horvat's garden, Yugo. Leaves short, sickle-shaped, slender stems, freely branching and profusely flowering; spathes green not papery, form same as I variegata. Color like variegata with white replacing yellow background, falls veined purple all over with concentrated spot of color at very tip of F which flare horizontally. S upright and open, narrow petals, beard white, pale yellow in haft. 2n=24.
Witt clone: to AB, to COG 1965: "Pale lavender-blue S, F white veined with violet, deeper spot at tip. S thin, open (really white peppered violet, a lavender-blue look). F horizontal, thin. White beard. Height 19 1/2 in, four branches on one stalk." JGW: "F show a pale echo of F pattern on inside." "Gives some yellow-ground sdgs when crossed to non-yellow 2n TB."
Zagreb #3: Hanselmayer to PC 1956, ?l. reginae ... "Bloomed on 10-in stem at the time of our tall bearded and I found this a very fine and most interesting iris. " PC thought this true reginae.
 

Synonyms

Considered by lumpers to be Iris variegata L. var reginae but original authors considered it a true species allied to Iris variegata. Plants fulfill the characteristics of miniature tall bearded Irises and may appear in lists of MTBs.

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Hybrids

'Network'

Cultivars with a grandparent that was I. reginae: 'Eowyn'; 'Eramosa Cloud Drifter'; 'Eramosa Freckles'; 'Fair Haldis'; 'Freckle's Sister'

Distribution and Cultivation

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-- LoicT - 2009-12-04
  • The two pictures i've uploaded are from the Variegata-Reginae that i got from Chuck Chapman. The falls are quite wide compared to some others i have seen on the web. Maybe it is a Hybrid, but as far as i am concered, i find it splendid! -- LoicT - 04 Dec 2009
  • This clone was also from Chuck Chapman. Narrower and more purple than Loic's. Zone 7 in Pennsylvania. May 21, 2012. Two weeks earlier than prior years. -- RobertGutowski - 01 Jun 2012
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I-variegata-var-reginae.jpgjpg I-variegata-var-reginae.jpg manage 59 K 13 Oct 2010 - 19:05 EleanorHutchison Photo by El Hutchison, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Z3
Reginae_-_Variegata_-.JPGJPG Reginae_-_Variegata_-.JPG manage 50 K 04 Dec 2009 - 09:10 Main.tasquierloic Photo taken in the Netherlands - Zone 7 by Loïc Tasquier
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reginae01.jpgjpg reginae01.jpg manage 161 K 05 Jun 2017 - 21:09 Main.TLaurin Photo by Barbara-Jean Jackson-Manitoba,Canada
reginae02.jpgjpg reginae02.jpg manage 51 K 10 Jun 2017 - 00:28 Main.TLaurin Photo by Sandy Gessner Eggertson-Merlebleu Iris Garden-Manitoba,Canada
reginae03.jpgjpg reginae03.jpg manage 193 K 09 Jun 2018 - 03:01 Main.TLaurin Photo by Barbara-Jean Jackson-Manitoba,Canada
reginae1.jpgjpg reginae1.jpg manage 154 K 12 Jun 2016 - 03:08 Main.TLaurin Photo by Eleanor Hutchison-Manitoba,Canada
reginae2.jpgjpg reginae2.jpg manage 140 K 17 Jun 2018 - 01:49 Main.TLaurin Photo by Eleanor Hutchison-Winnipeg,Manitoba,Canada
Topic revision: r21 - 17 Jun 2018, TLaurin
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