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SPEC-Iris lazica

The Guide to Species Irises put lazica and ungicularis in different
species.  To quote "This species [lazica] is easily separated from
I.unguicularis by its flat, wider, more or less unribbed leaves and
larger fiddle-shaped falls.  It also occupies a completely different
ecological niche."  The niche referred to is one of a higher rainfall
and lower winter temperatures than the Mediterranean climate of

Ian, in Ottawa where we were down to -11C last night.

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