(SIB) 'Mountain Stream'
(E. L. Hodson
, R. 1954) SIB, 24" (61 cm), Midseason bloom. Cerulean-blue self. 'Gatineau'
x 'Mountain Pool'
. Fairmount 1955.
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| From Fairmount Gardens, 1955: MOUNTAIN STREAM (Hodson 1955) M. This Siberian iris is most appropriately named for it is truly a lovely sparkling blue as cool and clear as a rippling mountain waterfall. The standards are erect and firm and the rounded flaring falls have a definite white area at the heart. Fine form, substance and branching; this iris is a welcome innovation in the Siberian group. 24 in. $6.00
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