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Re: RE:CULT: Unknown Iris

Without seeing the bloom, I would say the foliage resembles I. tectorum.

I. tectorum does have exceptional foliage


Sandy Ives in a very wet Ottawa.

"Michael D. Greenfield" wrote:

> Sorry about the first photo. New camera and I am not that computer smart.
> I tried to reduce size of file and didn't save it as a J-PEG.
> Here is another try.
> Mike Greenfield
> redear@infinet.com
> SW Ohio Zone 5b
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>    Unk Iris 3.JPG       Type: JPEG Image (image/jpeg)
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>                  Description: Unk Iris 3 (Corel Photo House Document)

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