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Re: ID Help

TK & Anna Meade wrote:
> Hey John, Thanks for keeping the list going!! Great job!
> Fellow List Members, you may remeber that I found a clump of iris
> prismatica at a friend's ouse that she had taken from the wild. From the
> list I determined that it was Iris Prismatica. At the smae time another
> friend gave me some I.Versicolor from the wild near his place. This
> spring some of the plants I had put in from these "gifts" bloomed. I was
> sure that only the I versicolor was the one that bloomed but they were
> different heights(I thought that was becasue they were in different
> locations) and at slightly different times...The larger was about 2
> weeks after the smaller one. Is there anyone out there who could attempt
> an ID from photos I took of the flowers? email me if you want to give it
> a try! Anna in NJ, home of more and more Rain

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