before 1927, Van Tubergen
(C. G. Van Tubergen
, before 1927). (Iris korolkowii violacea
X Iris urmiensis
); now [Iris korolkowii
Regel X Iris barnumae
Baker & Foster formaurmiensis
(Hoog) Mathew & Wendelbo.]
| Awaiting original catalog description
| Bulletin of the American Iris Society #23 p.36 April 1927. "Very large; falls smooth ivory heavily veined and dotted red brown; signal velvety black in a yellowish zone; standards lilac white, flecked and veined with purple. Unfortunately the shape of the flower is not free from fault as the standards stand too far apart and the falls are too revolute and clasping".
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