( Matsudaira Shoo
by Society for Japanese Irises, R. 1993) JI (9 F.), 31" (80 cm), Midseason late bloom. Blue violet, white centers radiating white veins. Correction of entry in 1939 Check List listing cultivar as "Uchiu". Parentage unknown. Matsudaira Shoo circa 1848.
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| The United States Nursery Co. catalog 1909: Uchiu — (Universe.) Cerulean-blue, yeUow blotches surrounded with a white halo radiating out into broad lines, three thin white standards tipped blue, petaloid stigmas white, tipped blue, six petals.
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