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Re: Grandma iris

From: Dennis Kramb <dkramb@tso.cin.ix.net>

>This is that unknown iris from Grandma that I mentioned before.  She's a
>beauty!  I have six great big clumps of it, and each clump has about a
>dozen stalks.  This is the first to bloom.

I forgot to mention the cactus growing behind this clump!  Some kind of
prickly pear species...possibly Opuntia humifosa which is native to most
parts of the USA & even Canada.

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