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(SIB) 'Yellow Polka'

1973, Mize-Ruggles

'Yellow Polka' (Mildred Mize--Mrs. James Ruggles, R. 1972). SIB, 24" (61 cm), Midseason to late bloom. Pale yellow, minutely dotted and stitched dark blue. 'Puget Polka' X self. Tell 1973.

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From AIS Bulletin #210 July 1973 Introducing YELLOW POLKA (Mize-Ruggles '73). M. 24". Seedling of Puget Polka. This is the most yellow Siberian iris I have seen or grown. It is touchy, liking much acid and humus evidently, so it is for the fancier with "know how." There are slight polka dots on the falls-the only markings. (September shipping) Net $10.00. Tell's Garden.

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Topic revision: r7 - 08 Jun 2018, Betsy881
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