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Re: Iris pseudocorus & bulletin


Many thanks for your reply.

It should be versicolor. Tony Huber says that virginica occurs around the 
Great Lakes but only in the back waters, not along the lake shore, where the 
species is versicolor.


>Welcome, Ian, from Ottawa, Canada. Heard about those storms you've had.
>Hope everything (else) is settled, sort of..
>Can't help you on your other requests, unless that "blue flag" from my 
>mother's house, naturalized there around a creek, is an Iris variegata, it
>might be virginicus.  I'm not up on species...
>Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY, USA

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