by Carol Warner, R. 2008) SPEC-X (Pseudata)
; 45-54" (114-137 cm), Midseason to late bloom. . Standards red purple; style arms purple, white edge; Falls red purple, darker rim; slightly darker veins, signal bright yellow edged lighter, deep bright red-violet eyelash markings. 'Gubijin'
X mixed JI pollen. Draycott 2008. Honorable Mention 2011
Translation: "Purple Dragon's Valley".
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| From Draycott Gardens catalog, 2016: SHIRYUKYO (Hiroshi Shimizu, 2008) 45-54" M-L. This later blooming pseudata has been incredible in the garden. It bloomed at a height of 45" in the stock garden but grew to 54" in a landscaped area which received extra water and fertilizer, and bloom continued for over three weeks. The stalks have a triple socketed terminal and three branches all rising far above the foliage. The purple falls with a darker purple rim roll and twist to give a ruffled effect. Flowers are also large for a pseudata, averaging about 6½". The name means “Purple Dragon’s Valley”. $10.00
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