Trisepalous

trisepalous

trisepalous

ADJECTIVE: Having three sepals. Used of the calyx of a flower.

This is one of the most common and shortest Irises at the time of flowering. As in most Irises the three sepals are decorated, in this case with a crest. The rhizome likes to be on or near the surface and the plant is almost always found in dense stands.

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