1997, Ichi/Kamo Nursery
( Toyokazu Ichie
/ Kamo Nursery
by Currier McEwen, R. 1997) Sdlg. 74-55. JI (6 F.), 30" (75 cm). Midseason bloom. Ruffled white, 1/16" to 1/8" dark violet blue (RHS 89B) edging; style arms white, edges and tufts medium violet blue (89D); signal canary yellow (9B). 0-131: (("Harema-Nishiki" x unknown) x "Ayasegawa") X 'Hakusan'
| From AIS Bulletin #309 April 1998 Introducing CHIDORI-NO-MAI (Ichie, T.,1991, Reg. McEwen 1991) Diploid Japanese iris with 6 falls, blooms mid season. All segments are crisp white with outstanding 1/16" edging of dark violet blue (RHS89B). Lovely overlapping semi-flaring form. Eartheart Gardens
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