(SIB) 'Puget Polka'
--Mrs. James Ruggles
, R. 1964) SIB, 24" (61 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards light blue, dotted dark blue; Falls ivory, dotted light blue, light blue stylearms, light yellow signal. Parentage unknown. Northwest Hybridizers, Tell 1969. Honorable Mention 1970.
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| From AIS Bulletin #194 July 1969 Introducing PUGET POLKA (Mize-Ruggles 1964) Siberica Section. We are proud to present this outstanding hybrid raised a number of years ago by Mildred Mize of Bellingham, Washington, on the shores of Puget Sound. Though of unknown parentage, it is presumed to belong to the 40 chromosome group of species Siberians, and is the first American introduction in its color pattern. Airy, flaring, plicata-like flowers dance gracefully on 24" stems. Standards light blue, dotted dark blue; falls ivory, dotted light blue; light blue style arms, light yellow signal. Growth vigorous. Hardy wherever I. chrysographes and I. forrestii are grown. $5.00. Northwest Hybridizers.
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