, R, 1948). TB. Late midseason bloom. Color Class-B1L. (seedling# 4E 1: 'Purissima'
x seedling# B 31 ('Purissima'
x 'Santa Barbara'
) X (seedling# B 31 x 'Santa Clara'
| From Iris Test Garden catalog, 1958: CAHOKIA. (Faught 1948). One of the very finest blues and considered by some the purest blue we have. A hint of turquoise in the blue gives a positively enchanting shade of blue. Enhanced by a pale lemon-colored beard, Cahokia is certainly one of the finest of the light blues. H. M. 1949. $1.00.
| CAHOKIA (Faught) "This light blue seems to be a variable performer. Sometimes it is outstanding in other places or other seasons not particularly distinguished. It is not reliably hardy in Nashville. Unquestionably it is a good parent." [Jesse E. Wills (Tennessee), “Varietal Comment, Irises Seen in Nashville” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 123, (October 1951): 71.]
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