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■ (SPEC) 'Gordonville Cream'

1994, Niswonger

'Gordonville Cream' ( O. David Niswonger R. 1994) Seedling #ps 1-87. SPEC (pseudacorus), 42" (107 cm). Midseason bloom. Light chartreuse; falls with slight burgundy eye-zone. I. pseudacorus chartreuse X unknown. Cape Iris 1995. Honorable Mention 1998; Award of Merit 2000.

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From AIS Bulletin #297 April 1995 Introducing GORDONVILLE CREAM (Niswonger '95) Sdlg. PS 1-87. Third generation selection from chartreuse line of I. pseudacorus originating from Albert Motsch of Chicago, IL. SPEC, 42" (107 cm), M. This is a light chartreuse with a slight burgundy eyezone. Very fertile. $25.00. Cape Iris.
 

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