(SPEC) 'Vernal Dawn'
( Mary Henry
, R. 1941). Spec. A form of I. verna
, Color Class-R7L. Collected in Bath County, Virginia.
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| From Fairmount Gardens catalog,1945: VERNAL DAWN. A form of Iris Verna with flowers of palest pinky lavender. The orange crests on the falls are so intense that the flower seems as if it were a glowing opal. A gem for border or rock garden. 5 in. $4.00
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