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Douglas iris Iris douglasiana

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pkleeman

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March 26, 2015 04:57 PM PDT

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Douglas Iris Iris douglasiana

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direbecca

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March 26, 2015

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Douglas iris Iris douglasiana

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March 23, 2015 02:54 PM PDT

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Douglas Iris Iris douglasiana

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direbecca

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March 24, 2015

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Douglas iris (Iris douglasiana) Iris douglasiana

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ajwacaser

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March 22, 2015 01:48 PM PDT

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Douglas Iris Iris douglasiana

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March 23, 2015 02:17 PM PDT

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Douglas iris Iris douglasiana

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damontighe

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March 22, 2015 04:07 PM PDT

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Douglas Iris Iris douglasiana

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bjoelle

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March 18, 2015

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Douglas iris Iris douglasiana

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metsa

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March 22, 2015

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lots of these blooming around here

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nrc

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March 22, 2015 03:24 PM PDT

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Douglas iris Iris douglasiana

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loarie

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March 22, 2015 11:07 AM PDT

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Douglas iris Iris douglasiana

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nelsonb

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March 13, 2015 05:06 PM PDT
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Description from Wikipedia

Iris douglasiana (Douglas iris, syn. I. beechiana, I. watsonia) is a common wildflower of the coastal regions of Northern and Central California and southern Oregon in the USA. The Douglas Iris was first described by 19th century botanist David Douglas in Monterey, California. It grows mainly at lower elevations, below 100 meters (330 ft), though it is occasionally found at heights of up to 1,000 meters (3,300 ft). It is most common in grasslands near the coast; it...

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