■(AB) 'Bali Agha'
OGB ( Clarence G. White
, R. 1951). Seedling 12B49-100. AB, OX (TB-onco), 34" (86 cm). Early to very late bloom. Purple, cream buff, and dahlia carmine blend. Craig, 1952.
Also listed in TB web: 'Bali Agha'
| From The Court Of Iris catalog, 1955: BALI AGHA (White '51) E-L 33". As in many Oncos, this is a bicolor with standards of lavender veined in purple and falls of a rich buff veined and splashed in red. Most distinctive. $3.00
| Very oncolike in every way, but fairly easy to grow. It is veined and dotted, but the overall effect is a red-purple color. This always blooms heavily, and stands up in all kinds of weather. [Hildenbrandt, Lester (1965). Irises for a Beginner, American Iris Society Bulletin, 177 (April 1965), 27.]
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