, R. 1937) TB. Early midseason bloom. Color Class S6M. 'Amerind'
. Andrews (Rockmount Nursery) 1937.
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| From Carl Salbach catalog 1937: BOULDERADO (Andrews 1937). This beautiful Colorado bred iris was one of the most attractive varieties we saw during our iris wanderings last season, and as a result, we have arranged to be one of its joint introducers. Boulderado is, without question, Mr.Andrews' finest creation, and only the ample supply accounts for its being introduced at so low a figure. The standards are golden bronze, the falls light bronze with a distinct pinkish flush, a most attractive combination. The form of bloom is excellent and the branching habit ideal. Mid-season. 36-inch. No delivery before July 5. $10.00.
| Boulderado. Golden bronze with a pink blending in the center of the F. Tall and well branched. Mrs. Herman E. Lewis, "Varietal Notes 1938", A.I.S. Bulletin 72 (January 1939): 10.
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