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Commercial importance of the iris
Descriptions of species in the seven principal groups of Pogoniris
Field notes and technical terms employed
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arching Ausrm W. W. SAND beard ﬁne blade obovate blade ovate blooms open bluish branching fastigiate bronzed brown buds carriage cupped carriage drooping carriage ﬂaring channeled claw cockled Color effect conspicuous convex crest large crest small cut ﬂower deep glaucous green dense ﬁrm texture ﬂaring to drooping ﬂoriferous ﬂower of medium ﬂowering habit free foliage stiff form short frail texture frail to ﬁrm fringed Growth moderate Growth vigorous habit compact habit open increase rapid increase slow inﬂated iris keeled lavender lavender-white leaves broad leaves slender Minor notched obcordate oblong open at once outer ovary overarching pale pansy violet pedicel pollen plentiful purple reticulated with red-brown reticulations broad reticulations ﬁne revolute rhizome rootstock rounded Royal Horticultural Society rufﬂed and frilled slightly créped smooth surface spathe-valves green spathe-valves scarious spathes stalk erect stem style-branches broad style-branches narrow tall bearded class tinged tipped with yellow undulate veined bicolor velvety wedge-shaped widely spaced