I bought this pictured Iris at a plant sale, assuming it was a Iris reticulata. It spent the 1st 2 yrs growing leaves about 14 cm tall and did not flower. It was well behaved in my mound. Now, this year, the leaves jumped up to 54 cm and it flowered. The flowers are very delicate and were only 20 cm tall. It is definitely NOT behaving like a dwarf iris. I am wondering if it is a Iris versicolor (the catch-all). According to recent chromosome studies, both versicolor and virginica are descendants of Iris setosa. Or maybe its just an over size reticulata since the leaf ht in proportion to the flower ht is about right. Any ideas? Next stop may be the Iris Societies?