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(PCN) 'Charleston Blue Moon'

2008/09, Modra

'Charleston Blue Moon' ( Colleen Modra, R. 2008) Seedling #JG-30. CA, 10" (26 cm). Midseason bloom. Falls cream washed and veined rosy lavender, blue halo around 6 yellow veined signals, yellow veining continuing down center; flat form. Parentage unknown, seed from Joseph Ghio. Impressive Irises 2008/09.

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From Impressive Irises catalog, 2008/09: CHARLESTON BLUE MOON (Modra 08) EM 26cm $14. A good grower that transplants well. Blooms are large and round with cream stds, falls are cream with a rose wash and veining. The signal is yellow with some yellow veining continuing right down the falls. The signal is surrounded by a multi-layered halo of blue and lavenders. Definitely a once-in-a blue-moon. From unknown Ghio seeds.
 

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