■(SIB) 'Cleve Dodge'
( Currier McEwen
, R. 1968). Seedling 64/67-10. SIB diploid, 26" (66 cm), Early midseason to late midseason bloom. Color Class-BV1D, Standards between RHS 88A and 89A; Falls same, velvet texture; styles same. 61/Cas 2: ( 'Violet Flare'
x unknown) X unknown. McEwen 1971.
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| From AIS Bulletin #202 July 1971 Introducing CLEVE DODGE. 26". M. Velvety deep blue-purple (89 A) is complete self with no blaze or haft marks visible. Diameter 4-1/2" with 2" flaring falls. Fertile both ways. From seedlings derived from Violet Flare. $10. Currier i!McEwen.
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