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SPEC: I. lazica

From: "Paul Tyerman" <tyerman@hotmail.com>

Howdy All,
     Does anyone know much about Iris Lazica?  It is a species closely 
related to the I. unguicularis mob.  I have one in my garden just coming 
into flower for the first time properly this year (a couple of years ago its 
one and only flower got munched..... but it was in a small pot then anyway 
and wasn't happy.... now it is in the ground) and it looks similar to I. 
unguicularis but the flowers are shorter, lightly more intense blue, and it 
has chunkier leaves.

     Now...... does this sound right for I. lazica?  I am just trying to 
confirm that it is, given that it really is so similar to I. unguicularis.

     Thanks in anticipation.

     Cheers...     Paul Tyerman (Canberra, Australia).... where the 
daffodils are just starting to come into flower en mass.  Spring is SUCH a 
wonderful time.  Not long now to the irises........!!  Whoo Hoo!!!!)

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