■ (SPEC) Iris winogradowii
1924, Botanical author Fomin
Iris winogradowii Fom.
(Alexander Wasiljewitsch Fomin
, 1924, Collected Abschasia and Georgia-Tiflis); Subgenus Hermodactyloides
. Flowers pale primrose yellow spotted green on hafts and center of falls, center of falls rich orange.
| Schedisa Herb. Fl. Cauc. 166, Bull. Jard. Rep. Russe 23: 2, 113. 1924;
| Correvon 1927; 1929;
| For more about Reticulata Irises see Alan McMurtrie's website
| Fl. Cauc. 1: 250. 1928;
| Curtis's Botanical Magazine tab. 9220. Dec. 1930, illustrated in color;
| at Wal. 1932; R., 1934;
| P.C., R.H.S. 1932; Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 58: xxv. Feb. 1933;
| Gardening Illustrated 227. 21 Apr. 1934;
| A.M., R.H.S. 1935; Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 60: 5, 221. May 1935; p.74-75.
| Iris Year Book 1963 illustrated.
Winogradensis; Iris winogradowi Fomin; Iris winogradowii
2n=16, Randolph & Mitra, 1959.2n=16, Johnson &Mathew, 1989.
Only two varieties known; the yellow type and a white winogradowii f. alba
; 'Katharine Hodgkin'
; and 'Sheila Ann Germaney'
Distribution and Cultivation
| Distribution: Region:
| Cultivation: seems to be the same as most bearded irises with perhaps a special emphasis on good drainage
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