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■(AB) 'Tul Kerem'

1974, Danielson

'Tul Kerem' OGB+ (Henry Danielson, R. 1973). Seedling 68-1. AB, 24" (61 cm). Midseason bloom. Standards bright blue, strong veining, giving appearance of stripes; Falls same with heavier veining; brown beard; bright blue styles finely veined. ('Saffron Charm' x 'Jallah Ad-Din') X I. atropurpurea. Mount Clare Iris Gardens, 1974. Honorable Mention 1977.

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Photo by Superstition Iris GardensDanielson photoPhoto by Nancy GroshongPhoto by Superstition Iris GardensPhoto by Superstition Iris GardensPhoto by Donald EavesPhoto by Dana BrownPhoto by Smokin Heights-AustraliaPhoto by Smokin Heights-AustraliaPhoto by Smokin Heights-AustraliaPhoto by Smokin Heights-AustraliaPhoto by Jeff Bennett-Dry Creek GardenPhoto by John BaumfalkPhoto by John Baumfalk

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From AIS Bulletin #212 January 1974 Introducing TUL KEREM. Arilbred. 24". M. Seedling 68-1. A bright blue arilbred with veining so strong that in sun it almost appears striped. The center of the standards are clear blue with fine violet- blue veins radiating from the ribs, becoming thicker and heavier as they approach the edges of the petals. The falls are even more thickly veined, merging into solid color half way down the petals, though closely viewed the veins still underlie the solid portion. Style arms match the standards in color and are finely veined and serrated. Beard is a neat, bright brown. The whole flower has a glowing sheen. This arilbred when well grown will have up to four flowers and is branched. The name was suggested through a friend of mine, Mr. James Mason, publicity chairman of the Northern Illinois Iris Society. When traveling through Israel in the town of Tul Keren, and when passing through a small Arab settlement, while on a bus sight seeing trip, the bus captain announced, "In this city a man may have four wives if he can afford that many!" On this three quarter arilbred you will find four beautiful flowers. So let's settle for that. A very strong grower and increaser. Best seedling at Albuquerque, N.M. show 1970. (Saffron Charm x Jallah ad-Din) X atropurperea. $25.00. Mount Clare Iris Garden.
From Pleasure Iris Gardens catalog, 1984: TUL KEREM--Arilbred. 24", M. Seedling 68-1. A bright arilbred with being so strong that is almost appears stripped. The center of the standards are clear blue with fine violet-blue veins radiating from the ribs, becoming thicker and heavier as they approach the edges of petals, though closely viewed the veins still underlie the solid portion. Stylearms match the stds in color and are finely veined and serrated. Beard is a neat, bright brown. The whole flower has a glowing sheen. This arilbred, when well grown, will have up to four flowers, and is branched. Best Seedling at Albuquerque, NM show 1970. (Saffron Charm x Jallah Ad-Din) x Atropurperea. HM 1977. $3.00
 


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-- BetsyHiggins - 2010-01-16
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TulKerem.jpgjpg TulKerem.jpg manage 58 K 21 Feb 2010 - 17:21 BetsyHiggins Photo by Nancy Groshong
TulKerem2.jpgjpg TulKerem2.jpg manage 35 K 21 Feb 2010 - 17:22 BetsyHiggins Photo by Donald Eaves
TulKerem22.jpgjpg TulKerem22.jpg manage 18 K 16 Jan 2011 - 21:43 BetsyHiggins Photo by Dana Brown
TulKerem99JB.jpgjpg TulKerem99JB.jpg manage 26 K 09 Apr 2012 - 14:35 BetsyHiggins Photo by John Baumfalk
TulKeremJB.jpgjpg TulKeremJB.jpg manage 27 K 02 May 2011 - 17:14 BetsyHiggins Photo by John Baumfalk
Tul_Kerem_Danielson.jpgjpg Tul_Kerem_Danielson.jpg manage 50 K 13 Jun 2014 - 14:30 BobPries Danielson photo
tul01.jpgjpg tul01.jpg manage 84 K 29 Apr 2015 - 19:06 TerryLaurin Photo by Superstition Iris Gardens
tulkerem01.jpgjpg tulkerem01.jpg manage 101 K 16 Mar 2016 - 15:48 TerryLaurin Photo by Superstition Iris Gardens
tulkerem02.jpgjpg tulkerem02.jpg manage 299 K 22 Apr 2017 - 20:35 TerryLaurin Photo by Superstition Iris Gardens
tulkerem5.JPGJPG tulkerem5.JPG manage 222 K 24 Mar 2024 - 02:31 TerryLaurin Photo by Smokin Heights-Australia
tulkerem50.JPGJPG tulkerem50.JPG manage 248 K 24 Mar 2024 - 02:31 TerryLaurin Photo by Smokin Heights-Australia
tulkerem51.JPGJPG tulkerem51.JPG manage 211 K 24 Mar 2024 - 02:31 TerryLaurin Photo by Smokin Heights-Australia
tulkerem52.JPGJPG tulkerem52.JPG manage 262 K 24 Mar 2024 - 02:32 TerryLaurin Photo by Smokin Heights-Australia
tulkerem7.JPGJPG tulkerem7.JPG manage 219 K 05 Apr 2024 - 02:10 TerryLaurin Photo by Jeff Bennett-Dry Creek Garden
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