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Re: Iris Evansia


In a message dated 96-05-01 00:53:56 EDT, you write:

> It was a rather short clump of strappy leaves, forming a nest from which
>arose very wiry and gracefully curved scapes which were topped by a small
>white flower, laid open like a tiny Japanese Iris.  The scape reminded me of
>crocosmia.
>
>Does this help?  Is it tenuis?
>
>Kathy

Kathy...I think what you saw was a South African iris...I saw it too.  The
flower was like Iris laevigata.  But I don't know which irid it was.
 Clarence Mahan in VA





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