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Moraea

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Iridaceae
Scientific name  Moraea
Rank  Genus
Order  Asparagales
Tribe  Irideae
Higher classification  Iridaceae
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Similar  Iridaceae, Dietes iridioides, Dietes, Babiana, Romulea

South african bulbs moraea the aptly named peacock iris


Moraea, the Cape tulips, is a genus of plants in the family Iridaceae, first described as a genus in 1758. The group is widespread across Africa, the Mediterranean, and central and southwestern Asia. The genus name is a tribute to the English botanist Robert More.

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Moraeas have iris-like flowers. The corms of some species have been used as food, though they usually are small, and some species are unpleasant and some are poisonous.

Moraea Moraea villosa by The Gardening Blog

Some Moraea species are:

Moraea peacock iris spathed ciliata tricolor macronyx


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Moraea Growing Cool Plants Moraea villosa Color Forms
Moraea Bulbs of South Africa Ferraria Romulea Moraea

References

Moraea Wikipedia


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