( Robert W. Wallace
, 1898). Spanish Iris Section; Color Code-Y4D; Described in Bulletin of the American Iris Society
as "Mauve; beard conspicuous, white; pallida habit; 30 in. Standards arching, falls drooping, heavily reticulated at haft; styles with light edge; foliage tinged at base. A rather unusual tone of dull mauve; suggests Phyllis Bliss."; Wallace 1898. Fragrant. [A hybrid Spanish Iris].
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