■(AR) 'Persian Embroidery'
OG ( Lloyd Austin
by Aril Society, R. 1969). AR, 12-15" (30-38 cm). Early midseason bloom. Standards silvery white veined with fine black violet lines; Falls creamy silver, flushed pink at center, lightly veined and peppered maroon; round black mulberry signal. 'Teucros'
X Austin H-16-0: (I. auranitica
). Aril Society, 1969.
| From The Court Of Iris catalog, 1961: PERSIAN EMBROIDERY. This sister to PERSIAN LACE is much like it although not quite so large. Standards are beautifully arched of a silver white, veined at the edge with fine, black-violet lines. The falls are creamy silver, flushed pink in the center, lightly peppered and veined maroon. There is a half inch spot of mulberry-black. Two flowers per stalk. VE 15" Teucros X Onco Sdlg H-16-0 (Austin '61) $15.00.
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