Toad cup lily (Neomarica caerulea) is a “walking iris” that thrives in the hottest months without much water.
Toad cup lily (Neomarica caerulea) is a “walking iris” that thrives in the hottest months without much water. Ellen Zagory
Toad cup lily (Neomarica caerulea) is a “walking iris” that thrives in the hottest months without much water. Ellen Zagory

With memorable nicknames, this ‘walking iris’ can take August heat

August 04, 2016 02:00 PM

UPDATED August 05, 2016 05:20 PM

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