Species Iris Group of North America

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Publications Species Database Spec-X IOTM
This year's seeds donated by:
    [AMC] Allan Robinson, ENGLAND
    [BCH] Bill Chaney, La Pine, OR, USA
    [DKR] Dennis Kramb, Liberty Township, OH, USA
    [DSR] Donald Sorenson, Greenville, MI, USA
    [EDK] E. David Kraemer, Weimer, TX, USA
    [JNH] Neuhercz Józsefné, Budapest, HUNGARY
    [JPW] Marty Schafer & Jan Sacks, Carlisle, MA, USA
    [JWW] James Waddick, Kansas City, MO, USA
    [KDI] Kalásziné D. Ilona, Budapest, HUNGARY
    [KWK] Kenneth Walker, Concord, CA, USA
    [LAR] Lars Hřpfner, Svogerslev, DENMARK
    [MBS] Maurice Boussard, Ventabren, FRANCE
    [NZI] New Zealand Iris Society, NEW ZEALAND
    [RBD] Robyn Braden, Allens Flat, VIC, AUSTRALIA
    [RBR] Rodney Barton, Hickory Creek, TX, USA
    [RST] Robert Strohman, Louisville, KY, USA
    [SZR] Sean Zera, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
    [TWT] Tom Waters, Santa Fe, NM, USA
    [WDP] W. Duglass Paschall, Lansdowne, PA, USA
    [WWG] Will Plotner, Mollala, OR, USA

Legend: VF = Very Few seeds (less than 25) available. FW = Few seeds (under 50) available. AV = Seeds are generally available. AB = Abundant supply of seeds. x = Seeds are sold out! OP = open pollinated. HP = hand pollinated. WC = wild collected.

Packets are $1.00 each.

Inventory is NOT updated daily. 'VF' and 'FW' items sell out quickly SO PLEASE SPECIFY SUBSTITUTES.

Use the checkboxes below to select which seeds to "buy" or request as "sub" (substitutes). Seeds in short supply will not be used for substitutes.

NumberBuySubName & descriptionQtyDonorLinks

DB Dwarf Bearded (none)

MB Median Bearded

TB Tall Bearded (none)

AR Arillate

CR Crested

CH Chinenses

FT Foetidissimae

LV Laevigate (U.S.A. and Canada residents please check the legal restrictions on Iris pseudacorus before ordering.)

LA Louisiana

PC Pacific Coast

SB Siberian

SP Spuria

TR Tripetalae

MS Misc Beardless

Please use these excellent websites to reference many of the irises in group IV.
RT Reticulata; JU Junos; XP Xiphium

SX Wide Crossses (excluding Arilbred – see I Bearded)
    x versata = versicolor x ensata
    x biversata = versata x versicolor [the name is meant to suggest 2 doses of versicolor]
    x reversicolor = versicolor x biversata
    x reensata = versata x ensata [the name is meant to suggest 2 doses of ensata]
    x tetraversata = tetraploid versata = tetraploid (versicolor x ensata)
    x robusta = a natural hybrid of I. virg. shrevei x versicolor reported by Anderson (1949)
    x versilaev = versicolor x laevigata
    x pseudata = pseudacorus x ensata
    x sibtosa = sibirica x setosa
    x tetrasibtosa = tetraploid sibtosa = tetraploid (sibirica x setosa)
(U.S.A. and Canada residents please check the legal restrictions on Iris pseudacorus before ordering.)

Pacific Bulb Society wiki is an excellent website to reference for many of the irids in group VI.
XX All Other Iridaceae

LATE ADDITIONS - received February 17 2016

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