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[PHOTO] SDB - unknown

My parents live at a lake since they retired, and their neighbour has a beautiful garden with many iris, but no labels.
This one was the only one blooming on June 4 when I was there. (all the rest are yet to bloom - they are at the cold end of Zone 3, I think, being way down in a valley next to a 17 mile long lake.)
It must be a SDB, but any guesses to what it's called? It's not 'Eyebright' as I have that one for comparison sake.
I plan on begging one off of him - I have no pride...   ;) 
(Zone 3, Alberta)

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