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[PHOTO] Re: What might this be?

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] What might this be?
  • From: William Wells <wells@train.missouri.org>
  • Date: Sun, 20 May 2001 21:12:22 -0500

Anyone have an idea what this might be? I have considered Siberian, LA,

It came to me years ago via my mother-in-law in Texas. She didn't like it,
knew I loved TB's and so it came to me. It tolerates drought, but grew so
thickly that it quit blooming completely. I finally moved some of the *huge*
clump and it has responded by blooming again. It is blooming now here in
southern Missouri, right after TB's. It's tall, apparently not susceptible to
anything. I've called it a Siberian for years but have seen recent post of I.
fulva that look similar.


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