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Iridaceae is a family of plants in Order Asparagales, taking its name from the Irises, meaning rainbow, referring to its many colours. There are 66 accepted ...

Iridaceae | Definition of Iridaceae by Merriam-Webster


Define Iridaceae: a family of perennial herbs (order Liliales) with usually only basal ensiform leaves and flowers in racemes or panicles that are…

Iridaceous - definition of iridaceous by The Free Dictionary


Of or belonging to the iris family (Iridaceae). [From New Latin Īridāceae, iris family , from Īris, Īrid-, type genus, from Latin īris, iris; see iris.] American Heritage® ...

Iridaceae | plant family | Britannica.com


Feb 6, 2015 ... Iridaceae, the iris family of flowering plants, belonging to the order Liliales. The family is .... A more-elaborate definition would note that they are.

Iris family - definition of iris family by The Free Dictionary

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a family, Iridaceae, of nonwoody plants with showy flowers and with narrow leaves that emerge from bulbs, corms, or rhizomes. Random House Kernerman ...

Plant Families - The Seed Site


Seeds of all the Monocot families (such as Liliaceae, Iridaceae, other bulbs, grasses and ... Latin Names - the meanings of some common Latin botanical names ...

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Flowers from the Iridaceae family of plants including Iris, Gladiolus, Freesia, Watsonia, Ixia, Dietes, Dierama, Sisyrinchium, Babiana, Tigridia, and more.

Freesia (Iridaceae) | Avas Flowers


Freesias, a fragrant blooming plant, belong to the family Iridaceae. ... The traditional meaning of this flower is one of innocence and purity. It may also symbolize ...

Irids | Define Irids at Dictionary.com


Irids definition, any plant belonging to the Iridaceae, the iris family. See more.