( William Mohr
- Sydney B. Mitchell
, 1924) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-B1L. 'Caterina'
x I. mesopotamica.
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| From Campos Altos catalog, 1924: AZULADO. Sister seedling of Argentina. Huge white flowers of which the falls are slightly flushed lavender. Tall and vigorous in our garden $10.0.
| From Glen Road Iris Garden catalog, 1925: AZULADO (Camp. 1924) Majestic blooms of a lustrous pearl gray-blue. Although this seedling of Mr. Mohr’s was derived from mesopotamica it has proved vigorous and hardy in my garden for three years. It is distinctive and, to me, very lovely; over 3 ft. 10.00.
| From Indian Springs catalog, 1927: Huge flowers of lustrous pearl-gray-blue. Has proved perfectly hardy in the East. Sister seedling of Argentina.
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