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Iris virginicia

Debbie Green writes:

>Well...my Audubon field guide says re:  I. virginica "southern wetland 
>species occurring from Virginia to Florida and Texas." 

     I think that she is right.  Seems that I remember a guide pointing out a
large clump of I. virginicia on a guided tour thru the Great Dismal Swamp -
which is about five miles from where I live.  Now that you have my curiosity up
I'll check it out when I get home.

Bill Smoot - in H-O-T New Orleans- where the temperature is 95 and the humidity

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