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This has never bloomed for me, it was planted previously in an area where my kids would always seem either run or bike over it.  I transfered three tiny rhizomes of it last year to a better location and it has amazingly produced 3 stalks.
This is the only Iris so far to ever produce flounces here, so naturally, I'm deeply impressed.  Actually I think I lied, Double Trouble once bloomed here with flounces in September after planting it July.
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