Iris relative native to southern Australia, producing pure white flowers with yellow centers on slender stems, which emerge from a clump of narrow leaves. The flowers are reportedly slightly honey-scented.
||butterfly flag; white iris
||white (spring-early summer)
||Germinate at room temperature; be patient, extended germination time.
detailed seed-starting info below
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- Seed from NARGS '20/'21 exchange. Baggy 70F (88%G, 14-40d)
Sprouted seeds are finnicky, with low survival rate after moving from baggy to pot. Perhaps better to sow directly to pot.
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