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Re: RE SPEC: Unknown

>Mark and Dennis
>Here is two pictures. Dots blue came from friends garden along with some
>Pseudacourus. She got them together from someone else.
>MS blue came from my campground where I have a Camper . It has been growing
>there 9 years that I know of. It gets mowed often, and is gone from the
>original planting now. Another camper has it growing in her yard.
>They look alike to me  none have been growing in a wet area. I have Dots
>planted next to my boat dock.
>Iris brevicaulis  looks right to me.
>Mike Greenfield

The reason I originally thought it was a hybrid is that brevicaulis is
usually blue, and fulva is usually red, and when crossed together they can
produce purple flowers like in your photo.  If it grows with zig-zag
stalks, it could likely be brevicaulis though.

Dennis Kramb; dkramb@badbear.com
Cincinnati, Ohio USA; USDA Zone 6

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