Scientific Name: Iris pseudacorus
- Large plant growing 4 to 6 feet tall
- Leaf blades in clusters similar to Typha and arising from the soil in a fan-like fashion
- The leaf midrib is slightly raised
- Showy yellow flower with drooping sepals
- Grows along margins in clumps and may grow out to 2 feet of water
- Plant lays dormant in winter, turning brown and can completely ring the shoreline of a pond in a few years if not controlled
This is an exotic plant. If you observe this plant growing in the southeastern U.S., please take the time to report its location on the EDD Maps database at http://www.se-eppc.org/index.cfm.