■(IB) 'Elizabeth Huntington'
(H. G. Huntington
, R. 1930) DB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-B1M. (sport of 'Zua'
). Huntington 1928. Synonyms: 'Zublu'; 'Blue Zua'; not the same as 'Bluzugraf'.
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| From Maple Valley Iris Garden catalog, 1937: ELIZABETH HUNTINGTON (Hunt.1929) VE. 24 in. A deep blue with a frosted crepy texture. like that of Zua. They bloom together very early and make good companions. 20c
| From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1963: ELIZABETH HUNTINGTON VE-20". Most remarkable & interesting Intermediate Iris with petals heavily crinkled like crepe paper. Large flowers in lilac-blue, deeper in the falls. Pollen plentiful. Sport of Zua. Reg. $1.00; on $10 order 7Sc; on $25 order 60c; 3 for $1.SS; 10 for $4.65.
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