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■(SPX) 'Chrysalide'

2019, Jacob

'Chrysalide' (Jean Claude Jacob, R. 2019). Seedling 14/171-1. SPEC-X (cal-sib) diploid, 18" (45 cm). Midseason bloom. Long and very narrow stem, standard beige, thinly veined pink-brown, wide pink-brown vein in middle; style arms beige, center purple-red; falls brick red veined black brown, pale beige edge, yellow signal veined and bordered black brown. I. chrysographes Dykes X I. innominata seedling.

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See: IRIS et BULBEUSES n°169, 2019, p. 43.

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I Attachment Action Size Date Who Comment
chrysalide.jpgjpg chrysalide.jpg manage 66 K 05 Nov 2019 - 18:15 UnknownUser Photo Jean Claude Jacob, France.
chrysalide00.JPGJPG chrysalide00.JPG manage 118 K 15 Feb 2024 - 03:47 Main.TLaurin Photo by Jean Claude Jacob-Saint-Pol de Leon-France
Topic revision: r6 - 15 Feb 2024, TLaurin
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