(IB) 'Comtesse De Courcy'
'Comtesse De Courcy'
1860). IB. Midseason bloom. Color Class W2. Standards white, frilled and shaded lilac; Falls white, traced lilac at the base, or claw. 2 ft.
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| Verdier 1860; Van Houtte 1867; Wing 1920; AAA 122. ; C.; RHS 1916; AA clix.
| From Dean Iris Gardens catalog, 1925: "COMTESSE DE COURCY. S. heavily veined and dotted lightlavender-violet; F. veined same but not as heavily. Each 35¢; doz. $2.50."
| From the 1919 Wing Seed Catalog: "AGNES — A beautiful Iris. S. White, frilled and shaded lilac; F. white, traced with lilac at the base of claw. Two feet. 25c."
, Courcy, Eugene Sacaven, Gen. Agememnon, Lord Seymour, Plicata Sappho, Sympathy.
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