, 1900-1910) JI. Double. Color Class-3. Translation: Brocade Mountain.
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| From Flowerfield catalog, 1939: Large vinous mauve flushed and veined white, center of petals banded with mauve. Remarkable and rare. Specially priced at $1.25.
| From Marx Gardens catalog, 1955: NISHIKI-YAMA (Brocade Mountian) Each $1.00. White with wide fox glove red border. Ruffled double flowers something like the Higo variety MIYUKI-GURUMA but of lesser size.
| From Flowerfield Bulb Farms catalog 1956: NISHIKI-YAMA (Brocade Mountain). (Yokahama). Broad bands of red-purple border both the falla and standards of this double white flower 5-1/2 inches across. Styles are white, crests tipped with red-purple. Medium tall growing. Bloom in late midseason. Each $3.00. Three $6.00, Doz. $18.00.
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