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[PHOTO] SPEC: Iris cedretii

Hi all, 

These are some pictures of my last Iris trip this year. It is Iris cedretii 
which grows in one habitat near the famous Cedar forest in Mount Lebanon. The 
altitude is about 2000 or 2100m asl (6500...6900ft), and the irises have been 
blooming there from May 20. 

The plants have an overall height of about 30-35cm (12-14"), and the flower is 
about 10cm (4") in diameter. I found plants with 2 buds on one stem (as seen in 
66_Iris_cedretii_Knospe.jpg) which is quite rare among Oncocyclus species. 



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