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Re: PHOTO Iris arenaria

From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>

> Jan Jacobsen wrote:
> Iris arenaria
> This iris is a tiny little thing ,which belongs to the pseudoregelia
> group,often listed as iris humilis.
> Height 6-10cm,leaves are 4-8mm wide, the single flower last only few
> hours,there are 2-4 flowers a stem, which comes with a few days
> interval.
> The flower is very small-only 2-3 cm across ,but very beautiful colour
> combination.
> I grow this in the rockgarden in sandy soil,full sun and some extent
> of dormancy in summer.

Very pretty little thing. I am hoping my I. Minutoaurea will bloom this spring.

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