(SPEC) Iris violivenosa Small aka 'Violivenosa'
(John Kunkel Small
, R. 1931, S. Louisiana). Vinicolores Section; Color Code-R3D; Standards almost as long as falls, blade reddish-violet, flushed and veined reddish-purple near margins, bluish purple near channel, haft almost white, flushed lavender and veined purplish red, channel greenish yellow. Falls spreading, 8 cm. long, the blade dark violet, almost black in median band which ends and splits into a yellowish-green crest, the blade has creamy streaks over-veined violet, haft greenish-white with greenish veinings, wings sparsely violet-veined. Style branches greenish, flushed purple on upper part of keel; [Collected Louisiana Iris].
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