1989, Kamo Nursery
by Society for Japanese Irises, R. 1999) Sdlg. Ichie 6A-67. JI (6 Falls), 35" (90 cm), E Pale to light lavender pink (RHS 75C/D), darker (75B) veins, signals buttercup yellow (15B). ('Miyoshino'
x "Kyokusui-no-Uta")) X 'Miyoshino'
. Kamo Nursery 1989.
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| From Flowerfield Bulb Farms catalog 1956: HATSU SHIMA (First Frost). Classic variety. Pure white througout. This single flower is one of the first to bloom and is highly prized for flower arrangements. Tall growing, it is an excellent garden variety as it carries an abundance of buds that continue to open over a three week period. Each $2.00. Three $4.00. Doz. $12.00.
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