by Society for Japanese Irises, R. 1995) JI (3 Falls), 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards white, edged violet blue (RHS 93B); style arms white, edged violet, tufted; Falls light violet blue (94B/C) with clean white lines, signal rich yellow (13B). Parentage unknown. Introduced in Japan circa 1984.
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| From AIS Bulletin #305 April 1997 Introducing OGI-NO-MATO (Target Fan) Ichie 1984: Diploid, 3 falls, midseason. 36" stalks carry lovely 7" arching blooms. Falls are close to true blue (96C) at center blending to violet-blue at the edges and distingUished by prominent white lines radiating to the edges. Dark edged light bluish standards and white styles tufted light blue complete the charming picture. Nicely branched. (Mai Ogi x Hana-no-Kaze). $30.00. Eartheart Gardens.
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