(TB) 'Andrew Jackson'
, R. 1929). TB. 40". Early bloom. Color Class-B7D. slightly fragrant.
Nursery listings: Kirkland 1929; Quality 1929, 1931; Salbach 1934; Peckham 1939; Iris City 1940.
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| From Quality Gardens catalog 1931: ANDREW JACKSON (Kirkland 1929) E. 40" S.F. A flower of great size, heavy substance and perfect form. The general effect is a rich red violet. S. Saccardo’s violet. F. raisin purple, shading at the edge to Rood’s violet. The plant is most vigorous and hardy. It blooms early and a few clumps will dominate the early garden. $5.00.
| "'Andrew Jackson' (Kirkland) . A flower of large size, heavy substance, and perfect form. The color effect is red-violet. Plant vigorous and hardy. Early blooming .. .. .. 75c; 3 for $1.75 "--Salbach 1934 Catalog
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