■(TB) 'Flurry Mohr'
, R. 1949). TB. Early midseason bloom. Color Class-B7M. 'Snow Flurry'
Note: Also listed in AB web: 'Flurry Mohr'
| FLURRY MOHR (C. Rees '50). M. (Snow Flurry x Capitola.) Extremely large violet-purple. Standards a bit weak for such huge flowers. We discovered this makes a wonderful singleflower arrangement, or an ideal one to use for flat-dish work if the standards are bent down under the falls. If you cannot grow the Japanese Iris this is for you. It is breathtaking either in the garden or in arrangements if made into a "flat" iris. Your friends will be amazed ......... $3.50. Varieties marked with "*" are descended from Regelia or Oncocyculs iris. [Tell’s Iris Gardens, Provo, Utah. 1951 Catalog].
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