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Culture 37 Chapter 6. Insects and Other Pests 57 Chapter 7. Diseases 71 Chapter 8. Hybridizing 81 Chapter 9. Wide-Cross Hybrids 95 Chapter 10. Seeds and Seedlings 101 Chapter 11. Judging and Awards 113 Chapter 12. Siberian Irises at Home and at Show 123 Chapter 13. Evaluation, Registration, and Introduction 131 Chapter 14. Siberian Irises around the World 135 Appendix A. Favorite Siberian Irises 151 Appendix B. Where to See Siberian Irises 154 Appendix C. Sources of Plants and Equipment 164 Appendix D.

Except for the addition of Iris typhifolia, news of which species first reached Europe and the United States in the late Table 2-1. Subseries SibiricaeSubseries ChrysographesSpeciesI. sanguineaI. bulleyanaI. sibiricaI. chrysographesI. typhifoliaI. clarkeiI. delavayiI. dykesiiI. forrestiiI. phragmitetorumaI. wilsoniiGeographicCentral Europe, northern AsiaSouthwestern ChinaCytogeneticChromosomes: 2n = 28Chromosomes: 2n = 40Morphologic Seed podsHardMore delicateDark brownLighter brownTips bluntTips spikedSpathesShortLongerFlangesSmallLargeraIris phragmitetorum's group is not certain.

This species grows in central Europe, as Clusiuswho collected it in Austriaknew. It is not native to Siberia, but the somewhat similar I. sanguinea is. Linnaeus did not have firsthand knowledge of the plant he called I. sibirica but took the name from Johann G. Gmelin, who had studied the plants of Siberia. One can assume that Gmelin described as I. sibirica the iris growing there, namely the one now known as I. sanguinea. Herbarium specimens show that I. sanguinea was known in Europe by the second half of the 18th century.

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