(AB) 'Imam Ahmid'
OGB ( Clarence G. White
, R. 1955). Sdlg. 37-55. TMB, 35" (89 cm). Midseason bloom. Blended bicolor of pale lilac veined light lobelia, Falls old gold dusted gold; beard old gold. Craig, 1956. [44 chr.]. Registered as TMB, but is considered an arilbred.
Also listed in TB web: 'Imam Ahmid'
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- TMB is an old tem, meaning Tall Miscellaneous Bearded... they are no longer miscellaneous, as all irises currently have classes. -- AdamCordes - 17 Apr 2013