. (Hans Peter Sass
, R. 1933). IB; height 26" (65 cm), Early bloom. Color Code-S6M; Standards deep livid brown, falls Verona purple. ( Iris pumila
X unknown ); Sass-H.P. 1934. actually thought to be Iris lutescens Lam
. X TB. Honorable Mention 1936.
Nursery listings: Sass-H. P. 1934, Horton 1937 (Irisdale Gardens
, Mrs. Norman Horton, Elkhardt, IN), Gage 1938 (Sunnyside Gardens
, L. Merton Gage, Natick, MA).
ABELARD (H. P. Sass, 1934) - lntermediate. S. deep livid brown. F. veronia purple. 26-inch branching stems. 50c
. (Maple Road Gardens, 1937).
ABELARD Chestnut and purple—a combination at once colorful and somber like the tragic and brilliant life of the man whose love is history. Each .50; 3 for $1.25
. (Walter Marx, 1957, p. 33).
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