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[PHOTO] Wild I. Crestata

Took these Vid Caps last week No problem seeing leaves. Seed pods are
hidden in a sheath that is part of the bloom stalk , it turns brown. when
ripe, . I don't know about other species . Just Crested. I will try to get
photo with camera of seed pods. This patch is less than 25 miles from where
Dennis was looking. He was in a good area where Crested grow too bad he
didn't see any. 

Mike Greenfield 
SW Ohio

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