I. albicans – species, very early
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Known to many as the cemetery iris or Cemetery Whites, Iris albicans has been cherished for hundreds of years. Johan Lange, a Danish botanist recorded discovering it in 1860, however it has been described growing throughout the Middle East and Northern Africa since at least the 1400s. It is still found growing on gravesites there. This is the first iris to bloom each year, even before the daffodils are finished. It is a vigorous grower and will produce many 18” to 20” stalks of fragrant white flowers. Very early
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