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Re: SPEC: Unknown

>This is blooming now on the northern edge of zone 6 .It is not growing near
>water but have same growing in standing water 4 ", in another location. Any
>ideas ? The blooms are not taking the 80+ degree heat as you can see in
>photo of bloom just opening.

The iris in your photo looks like a Louisiana Iris that hasn't finished
opening yet.  Is this growing out in the wild or is it in a garden?  It's
definitely not a species form, but maybe a hybrid between Iris fulva and
Iris brevicaulis (a guess).

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