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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by 1MajorTom, May 21, 2004.
Can you tell me what this plant is called?
Looks like some type of Iris to me.
Possibly Siberian Iris, assuming they just bloomed.
i'd like to say wild violet, but thier way too big....
Blue Flags I think.
Flower head looks like a type of Iris but................
Is the foliage short in the winter and grows longer till blooms?
Iris reticulata or sibirica, Cantab reticulata (zone 3-10) has blue flowers among other dual colors, the siberians are more common in blues, purples and whites also present in zones 4-9
I honestly don't know. This is on a customers property and I've never seen it in the winter. This is the first year that I noticed these plants blooming. Thanks for the help. Now I have something to go on, and I'll look online.