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WILD: Marin CY (CA)


Just spent the weekend at Camp Tamarancho, Fairfax, CA, and found the wild iris 
beginning to blossom.  As beautiful as cultivated iris are, one should experience the 
simple beauty of the wild varieties to fully appreciate whet we cultivate.

Marin County iris lovers take Sri Frances Drake Blvd west to Olema Road (just past St. 
Rita's Church) and follow the signs to Camp Tamarancho.  Find the Camp Ranger, Remsen 
Benedict, and ask him to direct you to the B-17 Trail off of the Blue Ridge Trail.

The wild iris should be in their full glory within the next week or two.

Enjoy!

Al Limberg
Concord, CA





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