I was at a seed swap trying to give away seeds. When I got home I found that someone slipped me a small packet of seeds. I looked in the Iris database and found more than 1 iris that has the name as a synonym. This is what I think it is Species Iris (Iris domestica)
Here's how someone labeled the packet.
Common Name: Blackberry Lily
Scientific Name: Iris Domestica
Location of Harvest: Dallas, TX
Notes: Drought tolerant; Full sun to part shade;
24-30" tall, 16-20" wide [?seems wide for 1 flower?];
Blooms early to mid-summer;
Iris-like leaves topped by orange flowers with red spots
Difficulty of seed to save: Easy — will self-seed.
Shaking the packet sounds like there's a decent number of seeds in it. I don't really want to open it to count but will if someone insists.
I have absolutely no use for these seeds. Would anyone here like to have them?