(TB) 'Regal Robe'
, R. 1948) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-B3D. 'Acropolis'
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| Tom Craig's Regal Robe had the "velvetiest" falls with no edging and light blue standards. It was the loveliest neglecta I ever saw but it had a very poor habit of branching and blooming. You had to be close enough to admire the individual flower. It was definitely not a garden clump. [Reynolds, Mrs. Leo F., Tennessee (1949). Coming Events Cast Their Shadows, American Iris Society Bulletin 116 (January 1950), 29.]
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