(SPEC) Iris iochroma Small aka 'Iochroma'
( John Kunkel Small
, R. 1931). Vinic; Color Code-R1D; "Flower-stalk erect: sepals recurved-spreading, within, the claw greenish-cream, veined yellow-green, the blade pansy-purple, veined dark violet-brown, the crest lemon, with two lemon laterals on either side about 3 mm. long their color stopping abruptly at the claw; without, a dull shade of light-violet, overlain with white, the crest median and the claw pale yellow-green; petals pansy-purple, flushed red-violet below, the claw-wings whitish; without, paler colored, the median band nearly white, the claw greenish-yellow its wings very broad, white below, faintly flushed red-violet above, lower half of the keel white: appendages violet, deeply toothed, flushed lavender beneath: anther-tips exserted:"--Small; as Iris iochroma
Small in Bot. Int. Irid. Pl, Gulf States 348. N.Y. 1931. [Collected Louisiana Iris].
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