■(AB) 'Wee Scot'
OGB (Stanley Street
, R. 1958). Seedling 54-S20-1. AR, 10" (25 cm), Early bloom. Violet bitone, with typical onco veining; brown to black signal; dark brown beard. ('Fior Del Mondo'
). Street 1960. Sib to 'Emcee'
. High Commendation 1959; Honorable Mention 1961; White Award 1968
[Change of classification from SDB to AR. Cf 1969 AIS Checklist] [See further information in Historic Iris Preservation Society's Comprehensive Checklist of Aril and Arilbred Iris, p. 54].
Although registered as an AR, 'Wee Scot' is considered an Arilbred.
| From Melrose Gardens catalog 1968: WEE SCOTT (Street) Veined deep violet, brown beards and a dark signal. Quite aril looking. 2.00.
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