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>This is a photo of the local Irid, Sisyrinchium Angustifolium.
>This was a volunteer seedling that I left in one of my iris
>seedling rows. This plant comes into bloom with the SDBs, and
>continues to bloom with the last of the TBs. It will form clumps
>quickly and continue to flower indefinitely if spent flowers are
>deadheaded, and is kept watered in dry weather. Otherwise it
>forms interesting seed pods in the shape of tiny balls.

That looks tiny.  How big does it grow?

I wonder if Eddie will be mad?

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