Trimezia steyermarkii (Introduced)

Trimezia steyermarkii R.C.Foster, Rhodora 64: 310 1962.;

Colombia; El Salvador; Guatemala; Hawaii; Honduras; Mexico Gulf; Mexico Southeast; Mexico Southwest; Nicaragua; Panam; Puerto Rico; Venezuela as per Catalogue of Life


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Cultivated, garden plant seen on 8th of July.
Flowers were smaller in size compared to other Iris Species.

This Could be Yellow Walking Iris as in Flowersofindia?
Experts kindly verify.
Appears very close.

It should be Trimezia steyermarkii as per discussions in Trimezia steyermarkii /Neomarica longifolia : Yellow Walking Iris : Bangalore : 270418 : AK-12
yes 
yellow walking iris
not very commonly seen in houseplants


A cultivated garden plant seen this week (27.4.18) in Bangalore.
Not sure of the correct name.
For the name validation please.

This would be a new addition for Eflora.
Was it in an aquatic habitat?

No, it was not in an aquatic habitat.
A cultivated garden plant in a residential complex.
I found this on searching........ 
Resembles and often misidentified as Neomarica longifolia or Trimezia martinicensis. Differentiated by shape of infloresence stalks -- Trimezia has rounded flower stalks and leaf axis, while those in Neomarica are flattened. Trimezia steyermarkii has larger yellow flowers with brown spots, but Trimezia martinicensis has smaller pure yellow flowers. All 3 species mentioned here are different species, although often confused and used interchangeably with one another. Most of the commonly-cultivated plants known horticulturally as Neomarica longifolia are actually Trimezia steyermarkii.
https://florafaunaweb.nparks.gov.sg/Special-Pages/plant-detail.aspx?id=2261

Dattaji Salvi Udyan  Thane
Date: May 13, 2018 ... Altitude: about 11 m (36 feet) asl
Neomarica longifolia  (Link & Otto) Sprague  
... recently posted this plant and pointed out to the correct name. Pl. check.
Thanks ..., Read through the linked pages in ... post.
Will go with Trimezia steyermarkii R.C.Foster ... based on the fact that - Trimezia has rounded flower stalks and leaf axis, while those in Neomarica are flattened.
Will revise my notes soon.


Neomarica longifolia in FOI : 3 posts by 2 authors.

 
 
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Fwd: MS/9/3/2019 - ID of the cultivated herb : 6 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (3)
Please ID the cultivated herb, grown under semi shade n flower beds. Photographed in Mysore in one of the gardens.

Seems to be Iris sp., Probably Iris pseusacorus.

Probably Trimezia steyermarkii

most likely Trimezia steyermarkii.
growing in plants not at edge of water body and marking on the petals are of Trimezia steyermarkiiand. leaves are narrower in the yellow iris broader in the walking iris: Trimezia steyermarkii
I guess Trimezia steyermarkii is the correct ID.

Fwd: MS/9/3/2019-ID requested : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)- 3 mb. 
Please ID the plant (ornamental). Photographed on 9.9.19 in Mysore in one of the gardens.
Attachments (2) - 2 mb each. 

Iris pseudacorus ?? Pls check !


didn't we something similar recently, also grown in pots or containers?

I have seen this picture, even the containers same.... so searched.
matter of fact its the same thread, searched
I had written this: I quote:
most likely Trimezia steyermarkii.
growing in plants not at edge of water body and marking on the petals are of Trimezia steyermarkiiand. leaves are narrower in the yellow iris broader in the walking iris: Trimezia steyermarkii
 
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MS/ID/AUGUST/2020/9 - Id of the cultivated flowering herb : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
I am sending herewith the photographs for ID: Trimezia steyermarkii photographed in Mysore.
 



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