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( Luo et al., 2016 ). Iris dichotoma and Iris domestica are native to China, flower in the summer, and exhibit strong tolerance to drought, cold, and barren ( Ruan et al., 2017 ). The newly purple-colored (RHS N82A) ornamental iris cultivar ‘Sweet

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Candy Lily is the common name of Iris × norrisii , which is a hybrid between the Vesper Iris ( I. dichotoma ) and the Blackberry Lily ( I. domestica ). Not only do the flowers of Candy Lily display an astonishing range of colors, but also

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Colour Chart 6th ed Royal Horticultural Society London Ruan, L-L Gao, Y-K Wu, Q Fu, M Yang, Z-H Zhang, Q-X. 2017 An analysis of the genetic variation in ornamental traits in hybrids of Iris dichotoma and I. domestica Euphytica. 213

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.Y. Luo, G.J. Li, H. Xu, W.J. Xiao, Y.E. Bi, X.Y. 2016 Reciprocal difference of interspecific hybridization between three different colors of Iris dichotoma and I. domestica J. Hort. Sci. Biotechnol. 91 5 483 490 doi: 10

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inheritance in Iris related particularly to heritability. In candy lily (hybrids of I. dichotoma and I. domestica ), the genetic variation of six traits was investigated and a high heritability of leaf width (55.95%) was observed ( Ruan et al., 2017

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three Iris dichotoma accessions with different flower colors J. Plant Genet. Resources 17 2 1258 1259 Kuwantai, A. Liu, Y.J. Wan, Z.Z. Liu, H.Y. Wang, L. 2018 ‘Forest Fairy’: A new Iris sanguinea cultivar HortScience 53 1222 1223 Royal Horticultural

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HortScience 53 1222 1223 https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI13114-18 Lian, X.Y. Luo, G.J. Li, H. Xu, W.J. Xiao, Y.E. Bi, X.Y. 2016 Reciprocal difference of interspecific hybridization between three different colors of Iris dichotoma and I

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, K. Liu, Y.J. Wan, Z.Z. Liu, H.Y. Wang, L. 2018 ‘Forest Fairy’: A new Iris sanguinea cultivar HortScience 53 1222 1223 Bi, X.Y. Xu, W.J. Li, H. Zheng, Y. 2013 New Iris dichotoma cultivars ‘Footstone’ and ‘Snow Honey’ Acta Hort. Sin. 40 11 1101

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