■(SPU) 'Missouri Springs'
( O. David Niswonger
, R. 1994). Seedling #Sp 2-91. SPU, height 40" (102 cm). Midseason late bloom. Deep blue, falls with small yellow signal. Seedling #Sp 1-86: ( 'Missouri Streams'
x unknown -- probably self) X I. demetrii
. Cape Iris 1994. Honorable Mention 1997; Award of Merit 1999
; Nies Medal 2001
| From AIS Bulletin #293 April 1994 Introducing MISSOURI SPRINGS (Niswonger '94) Sdlg. Sp 2-91: Sp 1-86: (Missouri Streams x unknown) x I demetrii. Spuria, 40", M-L. We have had a problem with fading in the blues. I. demetrii seems to have solved that problem--at least in Missouri. This is a deep blue with a small yellow signal. The flower does not have the full wide form such as Missouri Rivers or Missouri Lakes, but has all the vigor you would expect from a first generation hybrid. Not very fertile. $25.00. Cape Iris.
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