Iridaceae – Iris Family

Plants in the nearly worldwide Iris Family (Iridaceae) are annual and perennial herbs that grow from rhizomes, bulbs, or corms and have sheathed, alternate, linear to sword-shaped, parallel-veined, usually 2-ranked leaves, 6-segmented, typically showy, bisexual flowers enclosed in 2 opposite bracts, and fruit in the form of longitudinally opening seed capsules.

Listed below are some of the Hawaiian plants in this family.