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Credits: Iris ventricosa, photo by Ken Walker, March 2012, via the Iris-Species mailgroup on Yahoo. (D. Kramb, 15-JUN-12)

Comments: Growing in the photographer's garden in northern California. I planted seeds more than 9 years ago and have been trying to figure out how to get it to bloom. Putting the container in a refrigerator for 3 months did the trick! I also have a second clone from another collection in bud. These iris grow in arid regions of central Asia. They protect themselves from the elements by locating their rhizomes 6 inches underground and have extensive root systems below that. For that reason, they need rather large planters; I can only fit one planter this large in a refrigerator. (D. Kramb, 15-JUN-12)


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