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Credits: Neomarica caerulea, photo by Ken Walker, 2002. (D. Kramb, 05-DEC-03)

Comments: Blue green stiff leaves, attractive clumps even without bloom, in So.Cal. tolerates temps to 30 degrees, flowers prolific, one plant in my garden had 78 blooms on one day, all plants flower on the same day with repeat of flower cycle about every three to four days from May until August/September, pups from flower stalk bloom one year after planting. Self-Seeds readily. (Anonymous, 13-APR-06)


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