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Iris spuria subsp. carthaliniae #6 of 6

Credits: Iris spuria subsp. carthaliniae, Trudi Davidoff, late May 2006, WInterSown Gardens, East Meadow NY 11554 (Trudi Davidoff, WinterSown.Org, 16-JUN-06)

Comments: This beautiful iris took four years to bloom from seed. It has thin, strap-like leaves about 42" high and blooms with flowers just below the tips of the leaves. Lovely. Sadly the flowers last only a couple of days. (Trudi Davidoff, WinterSown.Org, 16-JUN-06)

Iris spuria subsp. carthaliniae

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