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(TB) 'Alice'

1939, Bengough

'Alice' ( N. J. Bengough, R. 1939). TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-B1M. ' Mrs. Valerie West' X 'Hurley'. Highly Commended 1938, Iris Society (Eng.). Strong fragrance.

There were Three other cultivars that had been previously named Alice, all of which the 1939 checklist considered no longer extant when it was published. They were 'Alice by Lemon'; Alice by John Salter: and Alice by Caparne.

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American Iris Society. (n.d.). Alphabetical iris check list 1949: compiled from the records of the Registrar, Charles E.F. Gersdorff and Assistant Registrar, Mrs. Walter Colquitt, (p. 32). The American Iris Society.
Peckham, E. (Ed.). (1940). Alphabetical iris check list: 1939, (p. 88). The American Iris Society.

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