'Black Prince'

The Garden p.487, vol. 57, 1900 German Iris IRIS GERMANICA BLACK PRINCE.

We are pleased to give an illustration of what we think will become a garden flower of the future. This is the Flag Iris Black Prince, which was shown recently by Mr. Amos Perry of Winchmore Hill, London, and received an award of merit from the Royal Horticultural Society. As we mentioned in our report, page 471, the flowers are large and fragrant, handsome in colour, with light purple standards and deep velvety purple falls, with abroad rich yellow marking running into the centre of the flower.

-- BobPries - 2015-02-13
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