Western Blue Flag Iris
One of many gorgeous native western flag irises found growing in the L.T. Murray State Wildlife Recreation Area in Kittitas County, Washington. Historically important to many of the Western Native American tribes, this native iris was used to treat a number of ailments such as toothache or a boost to infant vitality via a poultice.
- © 2014
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- Iridaceae (Irises), Blue & Purple Wildflowers