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Iris innominata is a woodland iris. The flower is typically deep golden yellow with darker veins. The leaves are dense and evergreen, up to 20 cm. The flower stems are about 12 cm and usually bear 1-2 flowers.
It blooms in spring.
I. innominata is on the California Native Plant Society Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants List 4, Limited distribution (Watch List).
I. innominata prefers some moisture during the year, with good drainage.
I. innominata are often used for hybridizing. Many plants sold under this name in nurseries are hybrids.
- Treatment from the Jepson Manual
- California Native Plant Society Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants
- ITIS 43217
- Harlow, Nora, Jakob, Kristin, and Raiche, Roger (2003) Wild Lilies, Irises, and Grasses. University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-23849-4.
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