Unusual Pseudacorus with slender, pretty, shiny green leaves (a bit like Siberian Irises)
Selected from an Iris Pseudacorus, which grows naturally on the edges of rivers and streams
Golden-yellow flowers finely veined with brown, lasting 3 times longer as those of the other Pseudacorus and measuring 8 cm in diameter
Brother of ROY DAVIDSON with flowers strongly streaked with brown (hence the name). Strong upright foliage.