Iris pallida

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Noun1.Iris pallida - European iris having soft lilac-blue flowers
bearded iris - any of numerous wild or cultivated irises with hairlike structures on the falls (the drooping sepals)
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Chemical Composition and Antimicrobial Activity of the Essential Oil of Iris pallida Lam.
Myrrh and Tonka pairs the rich, potent sap of the Namibian myrrh tree with warm almond and vanilla; Orris and Sandalwood combines the root of the Iris Pallida with sandalwood; Tuberose Angelica has the scent of white florals and amber wood; and Velvet Rose and Oud is rich, smoky and spiked with clove.
The paper presents a case study analysis on the Iris Pallida supply chain.
He used the scented lilac-blue flowers of Iris pallida (bottom) in his painting Madonna Of The Rocks.
The foliage of Iris pallida 'Variegata' is accented with bold cream or soft yellow stripes the length of each leaf and the sweet scented flowers that smell like Juicy Fruit gum are held on tall stems.
The root comes from a plant we call Iris pallida. In modern gardens, this iris is valued for it variegated leaves, which brighten dull borders, as well as for its fragrant purple flowers.
Orris root comes from three closely related irises - Iris germanica, Iris florentina and Iris pallida. Much of the orris root used today is grown in Italy.
* Pale blue delphiniums with dark blue salvia and Iris pallida