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Iris images

Been getting lots of private e-mail about the I. missouriensis seeds I 
offered to share & one person asked if I knew of an online image of this 
in flower. Was pleased as punch to be able to direct them to the 
Brousseau California Flora Pictures:


This is an amazing collection of over 11,000 photos (!) of California 
wildflowers, taken over a long period by a Franciscan monk, Brother 
Alfred Brousseau. I. missouriensis is included therein because it grows 
in California as well as many other Western US states. There are 8 
different photos of it on the website, including one of seed pods!

Also on this website are 68 photos of other species irises, some shown 
in several views: I. bracteata, I. chrysophyllla, I. douglasiana, I 
fernaldii, I. hartwegii, I. h. ssp. pinetorum, I. innominata, I. 
longpetala, I. macrosiphon, I. purdyi & I. tenuissima.

Check it out sometime -- it's a fascinating site.

Marte in the mtns	Zone 4/Sunset 1  Colorado

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