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What is this thing? (don't remember planting it...)

comments (3) October 31st, 2013 in gallery
user-234253 user-234253, member
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Thought it was an iris but leaves are too thin and upright. It hads a small little flower inside as shown and had small tan seeds. I was in half shade all year so the flower probably didn't do as well as it culd have. Frankly, I do not remmeber planting this.



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CalNative writes: Iris unguicularis has narrow upright leaves and flowers on very short stems that appear in winter. The flowers are usually shades of violet. Posted: 6:37 pm on November 6th
tntreeman writes: i'm with Heycorrie but i have NO idea what kind of iris it might be Posted: 2:43 pm on November 3rd
Heycorrie writes: The dried seed head definitely looks like an iris. Posted: 9:02 pm on November 1st
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