(PCN) 'Chalk Hill Road'
2004, Beeman by Cadd
'Chalk Hill Road'
( L. W. Beeman
, deceased, by Anna and David Cadd
, R. 2004) CA, 18" (46 cm), Midseason bloom. Light smoky lavender self; darker lavender signal with dark, short lines. I. douglasiana
clone collected near Chalk Hill Rd., Healdsburg, California by L. W. (Fay) Beeman. Cadd's Beehive 2004. Honorable Mention 2009.
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| From AIS Bulletin #333 April 2004 Introducing CHALK HILL ROAD: (L.W. Beeman by Cadds 2004). CA. 18" (46 cm.). M. Light smoky lavender self with darker lavender signal and dark short lines. Nice, upright arching leaves. Very floriferous, with 4-5 buds. Plants collected by L.W. Beeman from now nonexistent natural population of I. douglasiana in Healdsburg. $7.00. Cadd's Beehive Iris Garden.
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