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(SDB) 'Aphylla Hungary'

1961, Randolph

'Aphylla Hungary' ( L. Fitz Randolph, R. 1958). Seedling A-3., R. SDB, height 10" (25 cm), Early bloom. Medium dark violet self, blue beard. I. aphylla collected. Hanselmayer, Austria. Randolph 1961

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From AIS Bulletin #16, July 1962. Aphylla Hungary (Randolph 1961). Dark violet self of attractive form and with a smoother, broader haft than other clones of I. aphylla we have grown. Selected for registration in 1958 as the best of more than a dozen forms of this species received from Mr. Rudolf Hanselmayer of Craz, Austria, in 1954. Floriferous and a vigorous grower. It has good pollen and crosses readily with tetraploid tall bearded and other 48-chromosome cultivars and species. Blooms with late SDB cultivars. 10 in. $3.00. Randolph Iris Garden.

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