- Japanese Iris of Interest
- Nina Alexeeva (Sharon Whitney 2012) diploid
Nina Alexeeva (Sharon Whitney 2012) diploid
NINA ALEXEEVA: (Sharon Whitney 2012) diploid, 28", VE‑E, 3 fallsThe first selection from the 2003 seed collection work of Nina Alexeeva. The flower’s remarkable light cream-colored signal marked it for introduction. Dark purple-violet falls and standards are typical of Iris ensata growing wild in Khanka Lake Region of Eastern Russia. Style arms offer a nice contrast, being darker than falls and standards.