(JI) 'Diadia Stiopa'
Дядя Стёпа ( Georgi Rodionenko
/ Irina Makarova
, R. 2001) Sdlg. 96/2-1. JI (3 F.), 51-59" (130-150 cm), Early midseason bloom. Light purple violet self, Falls with yellow eye signal. "Vasili Alfiorov" X "Sanri-No-Kasumi". Rodionenko 2000.
Translation: Дядя Стёпа = "Unkle Stiopa", the name of the literary character.
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- DIADIA STIOPA was named so for its peduncles up to 2 m tall (N. Alexandrova, Irises of Russia, 2015). -- Main.ruiris - 02 Jan 2019