■(SIB) 'Emily Anne'
( Robert Hollingworth
, R. 1999). Seedling 97C8B15. SIB (tetraploid), height 33" (84 cm), Early bloom. Standards medium blue violet, speckled cream; style arms medium blue purple, cream edge, blue keel; Falls cream shading to yellow at haft, no signal, outer edge dashed medium blue purple; tailored. 92K1A4: (88W8D1: (( 'Wizardry'
x 'Sunburst Blue'
) x 'Fourfold Lavender'
) x 85B4C3: ( 'Jewelled Crown'
x ( 'Windwood Spring'
sibling x 78N6: (McEwen T(4)72/10 x unknown)))) X 'Somebody Loves Me'
. Windwood 2002. Honorable Mention 2005
| From Windwood Gardens catalog, 2008: EMILY ANNE (2002) E-M tet (97C8Bl5): 92KIA4 x Somebody Loves Me. Named for our granddaughter, this novel iris has been attracting praise from visitors since it first bloomed on the day she was born. The falls have a creamy ground speckled freely with blue-purple around the outer edge - a plicata pattern? The standards and stylearms are blue-purple flecked with cream. The form is relatively tailored with gentle ruffling and a more upright form than some of our other tetraploids. One branch and typically 3 buds. The upright foliage and many flower stalks give a superior clump effect. $25.00. HM 2005
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