CHRYTHENICA HYBRIDS
Hybrids with 2n=62 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 European-Asian Iris ruthenica on the other side. Such hybrides are sterile at the diploid level, because the chromosome numbers of both parents are highly different. - Only a few Chrythenica hybrids were flowered so far, but they can easily be produced. - A short time after opening of the flowers, the falls tuck under. This spoils the decorativ value to some extent. - We have not yet achieved a conversion to the tetraploid level.
 
 

Chrythenica hybrid 1

Chrythenica hybrid 2

Chrythenica hybrid 3

Chrythenica hybrid 1

Chrythenica hybrid 2

Chrythenica hybrid 3




Chrythenica hybrid 4

Chrythenica hybrid 5

Chrythenica hybrid 6

Chrythenica hybrid 4

Chrythenica hybrid 5

Chrythenica hybrid 6





Chrythenica hybrid 7



Chrythenica hybrid 7


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