( Thomas Washington
, R. 1935) LA. Color Class-B1L. I. fulva
x I. hexagona
(Washington 1936) When flower first opens it is a deep sky-blue, softening in color on second day to forget-me-not blue; Brilliant yellow signal. The bluest iris I have ever seen. $8.00. [Mrs. Thomas Nesmith, Fairmount Gardens Catalog, Lowell, Massachusetts, Catalog, Summer 1938-Spring 1939]
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