■(LA) 'Adelaide Bradford'
(Mrs. Hattie Clark
, R. 1949). LA. Color Class B9M. Standards off-white, veined violet; Falls rose violet; long dark style arms. 'Contrast'
X 'Mary S. DeBaillon'
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| From Sidney Conger Louisiana Iris catalog, 1951: ADELAIDE BRADFORD. (Reg. 1949). Bicolors and bitones in the Louisiana group are rare. By crossing a decided bicolor, Contrast, by one with bitone tendencies, Mary Swords Debaillon, Mrs. Clark has achieved this excellent variety. The sepals are rose-violet with a yellow signal patch; the petals are off-white, veined violet; the dark style arms are long. Medium height. $10.00.
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