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Endangered Dwarf Lake Iris Wildflower

The endangered Dwarf Lake Iris wildflower is a miniature iris that grows nowhere else in the world but in the Great Lakes Region. Found only in Michigan, Manitoulin Island and the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, and the Door Peninsula of Wisconsin. It is especially concentrated along certain stretches of the Great Lakes shoreline.

Endangered Dwarf Lake Iris Wildflower

The endangered Dwarf Lake Iris wildflower is a miniature iris that grows nowhere else in the world but in the Great Lakes Region. It is especially concentrated along certain stretches of the Great Lakes shoreline.

Found Only In 
• Michigan
• Manitoulin Island and the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario
• The Door Peninsula of Wisconsin.

Where Was It Photographed:
This dwarf iris was photographed in Door County last summer. The Door County peninsula, on the lakeside, grow this iris during the late spring and early summer.  I love to go and hunt them down.

 

If I ever get around to getting my old photo files from previous computer (the hard drive is completely dead) I will upload additional pictures.  If not, there is always hunting them down next year.

 

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