(SPEC) Iris parvirosea Small aka 'Parvirosea'
(John Kunkel Small
, R. 1931). Vinicolores Section; Color Code-S9L; "Flower-stalk erect and slender, rigid: sepals spreading, about 7 cm long, the claw light yellow, the greenish veins of body and wings pencilled with brownish-rose, the blade dull-rose, the crest bright-yellow with about 3 laterals of the same color, these laterals very narrow and separated from each other and from the main crest by orange brown veins, which veins after passing the crest zone become brown-rose and radiate a short distance into the blade: petals light, dull-rose, flushed along the channel-sides and below with rosy orange, the wings pale creamy-yellow; appendages irregularly toothed: anther-tips included."-Small (1931). [Collected Louisiana Iris].
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