, R. 1954) Eupogocyclus hybrid, 38" (97 cm). Midseason late bloom. Cream bitone, Falls darker flushed mulberry at base. 'Snow Flurry'
. Tell 1955. Honorable Mention 1956.
Also listed in TB web. See 'Nomohr'
for additional photos.
NOTE: This iris has not been accepted as an arilbred by the Aril Society International because it does not exhibit the aril characteristics necessary for ASI acceptance.
| From Tell’s Iris Garden catalog, 1955: NOMOHR (J. M. Gibson). E.-M. (Snow Flurry x Elmohr.) Warm-toned bamboo-cream. The large flowers are beautifully ruffled in both standards and falls, showing clearly the inheritance from its two superb parents. There are many buds and the flowers are heavily substanced and therefore long lasting. The falls have a light flush of Elmohr's red-violet coloring. The standards are nicely domed and retain their position even in heavy rain, wind and sun.The plants are vigorous and easy to grow. Sets seed readily. $20.00
| From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1963: (Gibson '55) EML-38". Rich bamboo cream, close to top of Oncobreds in size, ruffling, color appeal. Heaviest ruffled of all Oncobreds; very heavy substance holds ruffling in place. Falls strongly flaring spreading out to 7". Note awards & you'll see the judges have found & recognized this beauty. Fertile both ways. JC'57, RU-White Mem.'61. Snow Flurry X Elmohr. See Ektachrome. Reg. $2.50; on $10 order $1.80; on $25 order $1.55; 3 for $4.40.
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