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Iris tenax subsp. klamathensis

Botanical Name: Iris tenax subsp. klamathensis (added by Ken Walker, 05-NOV-09)

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Californicae, Pacific Coast Native (Ken Walker, 05-NOV-09)

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General Description:

Flowers pale buff yellow, leaves 3-5 mm wide and up to 40 cm long. (Ken Walker, 05-NOV-09)

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Preferred Habitat:

Relatively shaded areas. (Ken Walker, 05-NOV-09)



Native Range:

Small area below junction of Klamath & Salmon Rivers in Humboldt Co., California USA (Ken Walker, 05-NOV-09)

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Sources Cited:

A Revision of the Pacific Coast Irises by Lee W. Lenz (Ken Walker, 05-NOV-09)

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