CHRYSATA HYBRIDS (DIPLOID)
Hybrids with 2n=40 chromosomes, derived from the species of the Chrysographes  group (Iris chrysographes, Iris delavayi, Iris clarkei, Iris bulleyana, Iris forrestii und Iris wilsonii) on one side and from forms of the Central-Asian Iris lactea (Series Ensatae) on the other side. Both groups have the same  chromosome number of 2n=40, but the chromosomes of both groups are not sufficiently analogue, and the diploid hybrids are, therefore, sterile. - Chrysata hybrids are tough and drought resistant plants. Their  flowers have a slight fragrance.

Helle Chrysata-Hybride

Bicolor Chrysata-Hybride

Chrysata Charme

Light blue Chrysata-hybrid

Bicolor-Chrysata-hybrid

CHRYSATA CHARME (Reg.  2001)




SSTT221

SSTT227

SSTT778

SSTT221

SSTT227

SSTT778





SSTT1006 Chrysata



SSTT1006





9806-Sämling

Chrysata Lady

CE aus I. Lactea grandifl.

9806-Smlg., large flowered

CHRYSATA LADY (Reg. 2005)

I. lactea grandiflora-Smlg.

(Three Chrysata-seedlings involving Iris lactea v. grandiflora)

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