by Society for Japanese Irises, R. 1995) JI (3 Falls), 30" (76 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards rich purple (RHS 77A); style arms light violet (84C), edging and large tufts of very dark violet (83A); Falls rich violet (83C), veined darker (83A), giving brighter (83A) overall effect, signals rich yellow (12B). 'Yamataikoku'
. Introduced in Japan, 1980.
| From AIS Bulletin #305 April 1997 Introducing KAMIJI-NO-HOMARE (Glory of the Way of the Gods) Ichie 1980: Diploid, 3 falls, mid season. 8-1/2" magnificent flowers on 36" stalks. One of the most beautiful, velvety, very dark purple (83A) flowers with arching, round 4-1/4" ruffled falls. Contrasting light violet styles have large dark tufts and edging. Excellent branching. (Yamataikoku x Minokotobuki). $35.00. Eartheart Gardens.
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