■ (SPEC) Iris kirkwoodiae Chaud.
1972, Botanical Author Chaudhary
Iris kirkwoodii Chaud.
(Collected by E. K. Balls and later S. Albury, M. Cheese, and J. Watson, 1966, Bishmishly, Northern Syria and Amanus Mountains, Turkey), Collection # A.C.W. 845. Section Oncocyclus
; up to 34"(75 cm), White or pale greenish flowers covered with dark purple veins or dots, deep purple round signal, beard long brown/purple hairs. Described by Chaudhary in Botaniska Notisier
, 125(4): 499 (1972);
| Iris kirkwoodiae Chaudhary, Bot. Not. 125: 499 (1972).
| Davis, P.H. (ed.) (1984). Flora of Turkey and the East Aegean Islands 8: 381-450. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.
Note properly named I. kirkwoodiae because Grace Kirkwood was a women but much of the literature has the old spelling as I. Kirkwoodii.
Iris kirkwoodiae var. macrotepala Chaudhary, G.Kirkw. & C.Weymouth, Bot. Not. 128: 387 (1975 publ. 1976).
Iris kirkwoodii variations
Distribution and Cultivation
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