■(SPU) 'Missouri Rainbows'
( O. David Niswonger
, R. 1996). Seedling #Sp 4-93. SPU, height 40" (102 cm). Midseason bloom. Standards and style arms medium blue; falls medium blue, paling and becoming almost white at edge of yellow blaze. 'Missouri Rivers'
. Cape Iris 1997. Honorable Mention 2000; Award of Merit 2002
; Nies Medal 2004
| From AIS Bulletin #305 April 1997 Introducing MISSOURI RAINBOWS (Niswonger'97) Sp 4-93: Missouri Rivers X Olinda. Spuria, 4011 (102 cm), M. This medium blue gives a rainbow effect in the falls where there is a blending of a yellow signal with white and blue. Good wide falls somewhat flared gives a blocky form. Fertile. $30.00. Cape Iris.
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