/ (aɪˈbɪərɪs) /
any plant of the annual or perennial Eurasian genus Iberis, 12 to 25 cm (6–12 in.) in height, with white or purple flowers. I. amara and I. umbellata are the garden candytuft Family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
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Word Origin for iberis
New Latin, from Iberia Spain, where many species are common
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Example sentences from the Web for iberis
What is the meaning of the mucus so copiously emitted from the moistened seeds of Iberis, and of at least some species of Linum?More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II|Charles Darwin
Free–growing spring–flowers like Aubrietia, Alyssum, and Iberis, may be multiplied to any extent by division or cuttings.The Wild Garden|William Robinson