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--- In iris-photos@y..., "Eleanor Cecchini" <eleanore@m...> wrote:
> Can someone identify this unknown iris for me, please.  The foliage
is about 3 feet tall, and narrow, much like that of Siberians.  The
flower is about 2 to 3 inches in size.
> I was very glad to see it, since I thought it was left behind at the
old place.
> Thank you!
> El, near Winnipeg
> Manitoba, Canada Z3

This is Iris versicolor, a native species usually found in swamps, but
will grow in regular garden conditions. Found in many llocations in
Canada, as well as the USA. I collected a couple of plants from Nova
Scotia last year. One had 13 flowers on one flower stock. They
normally have about 5.


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