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Re: Iris missouriensis

What beautiful photos-makes a person want to take a trip to see in person.  Thanks so much for sharing and saving seeds for signa.  Last year I purchase some and I have a few seedlings growing this spring.  I would love to have some of these also.
Rose Kinnard
Fredericktown, MO
Zone 6
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, June 07, 2009 10:53 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Iris missouriensis

This year the pasture below my home is experiencing a good I. missouriensis bloom.  The pasture is bordered by the Little Deschutes River which sub-irrigates the pasture.  The area is at 4200 feet in the central Oregon high desert.   There is some variability in bloom color and time, as well as height and quantity of flowers.  I will collect seed for the SIGNA seed exchange for anyone interested.  I have sent the photos to iris-photos.


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