Iris fulva Ker Gawl. - Copper Iris, Red Iris
Family - Iridaceae
Stems - No info yet.
Inflorescence - No info yet.
Bract subtending the flower.
Flowers - No info yet.
Flowering - April - June.
Habitat - Swamps, bottomland forests, ditches, pond margins, sloughs.
Origin - Native to U.S.
Other info. - This attractive species can be found in the bootheel of Missouri. It is an easily identifiable species because of its copper-colored flowers.
Photographs taken in Columbia, MO., 5-19-04.