■(TB) 'Eramosa Ridge'
, R. 2009). Seedling 96-X-48. TB, 42" (107 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards royal purple, some white near base and on inside of petals; style arms royal purple; Falls white ground heavily dotted and stippled royal purple, small white area at center, solid purple edge; beards purple base tipped light bronze; luminata plicata. Parentage unknown. Chapman 2009. Winner of Moscow International TB Iris Competition
2012 (first place).
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| Awaiting original catalog description.
| Excellent bud count and branching on this super hardy plicata. There are a lot of people complaining about plicatas that are tender and rot easily. Complain no more. Not only is this plant hardy, it increases rapidly, and would appear to have a bad taste for iris borers. Standards are near solid royal-purple, and falls have a wide rim of royal-purple. With some doting and streaking inside white centre. Violet-purple beards. Being heavily used in plicata breeding to work towards hardy luminatas and glaciatas.96-X-48- parentage unknown.
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