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(PCN) 'Woodmont Rose'

1957, Knopf

'Woodmont Rose' (Mary Ellen Knopf, R. 1957). 12" (30 cm), Midseason to late bloom. White self with fuchsia signal patch. Named for Rose Mitchell. Knopf 1958.

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From AIS Bulletin #149, April 1958. Introducing WOODMONT ROSE-A California native (beardless). Very dainty iris of creamy white with large signal patch of rich shade of fuchsia. Petals wavy. 14" M. This iris is named in memory of my very dear friend Rose Mitchell, who grew beautiful Pacific Coast natives in her lovely garden on Woodmont Avenue in Berkeley. Net $30.00. Knopf's Iris Garden.

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