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Northern blue flag (Iris versicolor) is a member of the iris family more often seen in the wild growing throughout wetlands and along shorelines than in home gardens. This is a shame because homeowners would find this plant easy and attractive to grow, especially along the margins of water features.
It is a clump-forming plant with bluish-green, sword-shaped leaves. Its stalks each bear three to five violet-blue flowers with purple veining and a central yellow and white patch. The flowers span up to 4 inches (10.2 centimeters) in diameter, making them an eye-catching addition to any garden.
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