• Edited Videos
  • Royalty Free
  • Rights Managed

Beachhead Iri Video Stock Footage

Iris setosa is similar in form to a miniature Japanese iris, or a dwarf version of Iris sibirica but a shorter lived version. The shallowly rooted, large, branching rhizomes spread over time to create large clumps. The rhizomes are grey-brown, thick, and are covered with old (maroon-brown) fibrous leaf remains (of last seasons leaves). It has branched stems, which are very variable in height, ranging from 10 cm (5 inches) up to 1 m (3 ft) tall. The larger plants can grow beyond the height of the leaves. The roundish stems are between 1.5–9 cm in diameter with 1 to 3 branches. Learn more about Beachhead Iri


View related species in family group: Iris

Plantae: Tracheophyta: Asparagales: Magnoliopsida: Iridaceae: Iris setosa

Viewing 1 to 4 of 4 Beachhead Iri Video Clips


NatureFootage offers the largest niche collection of HD and Ultra HD 4K+ stock footage focused on Nature & Wildlife, Oceans & Underwater, and People & Adventure, curated from hundreds of leading cinematographers worldwide.