■ (SPEC) 'Georgian Delicacy'
(Marty Schafer and Jan Sacks
, R. 1998) Seedling #SP88-100. SPEC (spuria), 30" (76 cm). Midseason bloom. Standards light blue (RHS 97B/C), 3/4" gold to yellow haft edge, form upright, quilled; style arms pearl, washed light blue; falls pale blue (97D) veined darker, 2" gold-edged quilled haft, gold signal veined pale blue; lightly ruffled; slight sweet fragrance. I. spuria
subspecies carthaliniae, seed from SIGNA. Joe Pye Weed 1998.
| From AIS Bulletin #309 April 1998 Introducing GEORGIAN DELICACY - SPEC-carthaliniae. Schafer/Sacks, 30", M. The light blue standards are upright, quilled and gently ruffled. The paler falls have darker veins with long, narrow, hafts. This plant is vigorous, forms a large clump, and blooms every year. $25.00. Joe Pye Weed's Garden.
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