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[PHOTO] SPEC: Versicolor (wild)

Here is one of the last wild Versicolors to bloom in a nearby
local stand. The form and color are fairly typical. There were far
fewer flowers than last summer at the two nearby stands I visited.
I have not kept track of these stands closely for long enough to
know if there is a regular pattern of production of flowers and
seed pods one year, alternating with production of fan material
the following year.

Dan Mason   zone 3, NW Ontario

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