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Iris Innominata

(Pacifc Coast). Creamy coloured flowers with darker falls. Lower growing for rockery or border. Spring to early summer flowering. Sun or part sun suitable. Tolerates a drier soil.

(Pacific Coast variety). Lower growing with pretty creamy coloured flowers with darker falls. Suits rockery or border. Spring to early summer flowering. Sun or part shade suitable. Tolerates a drier soil. 

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