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Wild Iris

Most commonly found in wet or marshy areas, this bluish purple flower has large floppy petals that fold over. They often have white striations on the petals with faint bits of yellow as well. They bloom in the early season, so don’t miss them!

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Wildflower Details

Scientific Name:Iris missouriensis
Native:Yes
Growing Season:Late spring, early summer
Soil Type:Wet marshy areas, open areas
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Habitat:Foothills, montane to subalpine
Family:Iris