That is IT! Exactly...
Wow, and what a nice photo!
I had trouble getting a good clear picture
of it because it was stormy out. I had to keep waiting until the wind
gushes would subside for a second. I must have taken 20 pics, and the
three I attached were the only ones not blurry.
Thanks so much!
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, April 02, 2000 7:54
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Unknown SPU or
I would guess the spuria, I. orientalis (I. ochroleuca). It's a
very tough plant
and is relatively common in some parts of the country.
I'm attaching a picture
that I took last year of I. orientalis in my
Concord, CA USA
USDA zone 9, Sunset zone 14
Patrick Orr wrote:
help! My friend Brett has
this very old cultivar in his yard and doesn't know what it is? Can
anyone identify it or know someone who can? I don't even know if it is a
spuria or a LA, or if by chance it is a species. It does great here
though... It throws seeds
like mad and they come up on their own all over the place. He wants to
get rid of it, but if I can identify it, maybe he'll keep some of it and can
find homes for the rest. Right now nobody wants it if they don't know
what it is. Thanks,Patrick
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