Difference: TbBlueVista (r7 vs. r6)

(TB) 'Blue Vista'

1962, Chamberlain

'Blue Vista' ( R. K. Chamberlain, R. 1959). Seedling 55-33A. TB, 38" (97 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-B1P, Pale-blue self; white beard. 'Canadaway' X 'Violet Grace'. Wild 1962. High Commendation 1959, Sdlg. #55-33A.

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Gilbert H. Wild catalog, 1963: From AIS Bulletin #165, April 1962. Introducing BLUE VISTA (Chamberlain, 1962) C-55-33A C 55-33A Each $17.50M. $25.00. M. 30-38 in. A tremendous Iris! Blue Vista, an enormously large flower, has been thoroughly tested in Canada, California California, , Oklahoma and Missouri. The delightful delightfully delicate light blue with remarkable substance for such a large flower, carries a white tipped beard which adds to the smoothness and purity of color. Very broad clean haft. Stalks are so sturdy it rarely needs staking. Good to excellent branching. H.C. Parentage: Canadaway x Violet Grace. H.C., 1959. Ron Chamberlain.
 
 

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