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Blue Bearded Rhizomatous Irises

Danielle Parent

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Québec, Qu - Canada

All your macros are wonderfull!

Cottonwood, Ar - United States

Always wondered why people were talking about when they were talking about Bluebeard. :-) ... Great texture, composition, and color, so FAVORED and FEATURED it in the group. . . . .. Then Published it in the Internet publication ARTISTS NEWS.... http://bit.ly/RVPlpf - Anyone can Highlight just the link ---- Use Ctl-C to copy and Ctl-V ---- puts it in Browser to view the publication. You can then, Tweet, FB, and email, etc a copy of the publication, to those you feel are interested.

Hamilton, On - Canada

Thanks for the feature of "Blue Bearded Rhizomatous Irises" in the Seasons of Beauty group! I am honored! :-D

Hamilton, On - Canada

Thanks for the feature of "Blue Bearded Rhizomatous Irises" in the Loving the COLOR BLUE group! I am honored! :-D

Hamilton, On - Canada

Thanks for the feature of "Blue Bearded Rhizomatous Irises" in the ALL SEASONS Nature Mountains and Woodlands group! I am honored! :-D

Cottonwood, Ar - United States

Just had to Favor and Vote for this one, as its one of my FAVORITES out of hundreds of images seen in in our Groups 18 today.

Danielle Parent replied:

Thank you Bob and Nadine theses Irises are growing on the site were the Stoney Creek Battle of 1813 happened! It was getting dark and I was all alone in that big park..I was getting a little ..well spooked lol.. but I was not going to leave without my photos of the irises! lol

Newcastle, WY - United States

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Thank you Barbara for your support and vote!

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Blue Bearded Rhizomatous Irises

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Danielle Parent

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Bearded rhizomatous irises
Other plants named "iris" are found elsewhere in the Iridaceae. Iris is a genus of 260–300 species of plants flowering with showy flowers. It takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, referring to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species. As well as being the scientific name, iris is also very widely used as a common name for all Iris species, though some plants called thus belong to other closely related genera. A common name for some species is 'flags', while the plants of the subgenus Scorpiris are widely known as 'junos', particularly in horticulture. It is a popular garden flower. he often-segregated, monotypic genera Belamcanda (blackberry lily), Hermodactylus (snake's head iris), and Pardanthopsis (vesper iris) are currently included in Iris.The genus is widely distributed throughout the north temperate zone. Their habitats are varied, ranging from cold and montane regions to the grassy slopes, meadowlands and riverbanks of the northern hemisphere.Irises are perennial plants, growing from creeping rhizomes (rhizomatous irises) or, in drier climates, from bulbs (bulbous irises). They have long, erect flowering stems which may be simple or branched, solid or hollow, and flattened or have a circular cross-section. The rhizomatous species usually have 3–10 basal sword-shaped leaves growing in dense clumps. The bulbous species have cylindrical, basal leaves. FlowerThe inflorescences are fan-shaped and contain one or more symmetrical six-lobed flowers. These grow on a pedicel or lack a footstalk. The three sepals, which are spreading or droop downwards, are referred to as "falls". They expand from their narrow base, which in some of the rhizomatous irises has a "beard" (a tuft of short upright extensions growing in its midline), into a broader expanded portion ("limb"), often adorned with veining, lines or dots. The three, sometimes reduced, petals stand upright, partly behind the sepal bases. They are called "standards". Some smaller iris species have all six lobes pointing straight outwards, but generally limb and standards differ markedly in appearance. They are united at their base into a floral tube that lies above the ovary (known as an epigynous or inferior ovary). The styles divide towards the apex into petaloid branches; this is significant in pollination. Iris reichenbachii fruit The iris flower is of interest as an example of the relation between flowering plants and pollinating insects. The shape of the flower and the position of the pollen-receiving and stigmatic surfaces on the outer petals form a landing-stage for a flying insect, which in probing for nectar, will first come into contact with the perianth, then with the stigmatic stamens in one whorled surface which is borne on an ovary formed of three carpels. The shelf-like transverse projection on the inner whorled underside of the stamens is beneath the overarching style arm below the stigma, so that the insect comes in contact with its pollen-covered surface only after passing the stigma; in backing out of the flower it will come in contact only with the non-receptive lower face of the stigma. Thus, an insect bearing pollen from one flower will, in entering a second, deposit the pollen on the stigma; in backing out of a flower, the pollen which it bears will not be rubbed off on the stigma of the same flower. The iris fruit is a capsule which opens up in three parts to reveal the numerous seeds within. In some species, these bear an aril.Up to 300 species – many of them natural hybrids – have been placed in the genus Iris. Modern classifications, starting with W. R. Dykes' 1913 book, have subdivided them. Dykes referred to the major subgroupings as sections, but later authors have generally called them subgenera, while essentially retaining his groupings. Like some older sources, the influential classification by G. I. Rodionenko removed some groups (particularly the bulbous irises) to separate genera, but even if this is done the genus remains large and several subgenera, sections and/or subsections are recognised within it. In general, modern classifications usually recognise six subgenera, of which five are restricted to the Old World; the sixth (subgenus Limniris) has a Holarctic distribution. The two largest subgenera are further divided into sections.Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Monocots
Order: Asparagales
Family: Iridaceae
Subfamily: Iridoideae
Tribe: Irideae
Genus: Iris
L.Type species
Iris germanica
L. Subgenera
Pardancanda
Hermodactyloides
Iris
Limniris
Nepalensis
Scorpiris
Xiphium
Synonyms

Belamcanda
Hermodactylus
Iridodictyum
Juno
Junopsis
Pardanthopsis
Xiphion

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