Ann writes about the flower in her quilt, "There are many unique flowering plants in the Pacific Northwest, among them is the Clackamas Iris (Iris tenuis). This rare iris has narrow petals and leaves, and can be found growing in small clearings one encounters in Douglas Fir forests. Also called a “grass iris” because their leaves grow in dense grass like clumps, these small, spring blooming flowers are easy to miss."

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TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 36 Pieces Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 100 Pieces Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Ann Shaw

#1 Patsy 2018-07-01 17:11
Fun puzzle, nice quilt, thanks.
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