(TB) 'Oregon Giant'
, 1930) TB, Midseason bloom. Color Class-B1D. Standards bright violet purple; falls flaring, velvety black-purple. 'Ambassadeur'
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| From Treholme Gardens catalog 1931: Oregon Giant (Kleinsorge 1930) M. S. 42". S. bright violet-purple; F. flaring, very velvety, black-purple; prominent bright orange beard. A very large flower on tall, branched stalks. Unusually rich and velvety.
| From Maple Valley Iris Gardens catalog, 1933: OREGON GIANT (Klein. 1930) Standards reddish purple; Falls blackish purple, wide and flaring. Heavy gold beard. 42 in. $2.50.
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