RC (C. G. Van Tubergen
, AR, Blue-toned white, veined medium blue. Van Tubergen, before 1907. In Royal Iris Gardens 1933 catalog, it is described as "Standards cream, suffused lavender; Falls veined creamy gray ground, heavily veined and dotted lavender purple; beard and signal patch deep violet; styles solid lavender." I.korolkowii
variety violacea X oncocyclus (I. lortetii
?). Van Tubergen 1907. [40 chr.]
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| More information and illustration in The Gardeners' Chronicles, November 19, p.261, 1921
| The Garden p.257, May 21, 1921 notes "Iris regelio-cyclus Hebe. – This is one of the several charming hybrids that were on view. In marking, the blooms are reminiscent of Iris Susiana; they are so delightfully laced and lined with deep violet on soft mauve ground. Award of Merit to Mr. van Tubergen, Haarlem.
| From Supplement To The Comprehensive Checklist of Aril and Arilbred Iris by Sharon McAllister, April 2000: HEBE AR (C. G. Van Tubergen, BRS). Sdlg # NIA. RC, height and season NIA. Parentage unknown. AIS Color Class: S2M (squalens with blue feathering). '76 CL: Blue-toned white, veined medium blue. Rainbow: "light pinkish-lavender, with deep maroon lace work and a dark beauty spot." Vallette: "light pinky-lavender, netted and dotted maroon; dark signal." Van Tubergen, before 1907. Notes: Name approved; counted as a 40-chromosome amphidiploid, which would make it an OB in both systems instead of an RC so there may have been a case of mistaken identity. Ref: AIS '49, p. 123; ASI '76, p. 41; ASI '78 YB, p. 64; Vallette, p. 171
| Journal of The Royal Horticultural Society, 1922 Award of Merit: To Iris' Hebe' (votes 12 for, 4 against), from Messrs. van Tubergen, june, Haarlem. This striking variety belongs to the Regelio-cyclus group. The standards are erect and heavily veined with violet, and the rounded falls are of a deeper shade veined with purple.
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