"Kobana" (15-18 in.) Flowers slightly smaller than in the species, white, palest purple veins. Standards narrow cupped." We-du Gardens 1990 catalog. Also 'Kobana' a form distributed by Jean Witt from Japanese source which is not purple veined and its name is thought to refer to the narrow blades of the falls--Jean Witt. Iris sanguinea Hornem ex Donn
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