(Hans Peter Sass
R. 1926) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-B7M. Sass 1927. Synonym: Balduin
Nursery listings: Maple Road (J. Sass) 1927; Berry 1938; Katkamier 1938; Simpson 1938; Skylands Farm (Peckham) 1939.
Additional nursery catalogs not listed: Brand's 1933
; Carpenter 1931?
; Cobble Cottage (H. Whipple) 1930
; Fair Chance Farm (M. Geiser) 1935
; Fairmount (Nesmith) 1931
; Filmore (Wernimont) 1932
; Graham 1932
; Grand View (E. Rauch) 1932
; Green Gate 1932
; Hill 1932
; Iris City (Williams) 1938
; Iriscrest (Mead) 1929
]; The Iris Farm (Stoner) 1931
; Iris Garden (A. C. Kinsey) 1932
; Keller 1929
; Lark Meadows (E. Scheffy) 1933
; Linwood (Covert) 1932
; Longfield (Williamson) 1932
; Maple Road (Sass Brothers) 1938
; Maple Valley (Whiting) 1933
; National (Weed) 1932
; Neubert's 1937
; R. Marshall 1932
; Ozark View (J. C. Jay) 1935
; Riverview 1937
; Royal Iris Gardens (Nicholls) 1933
; Schreiner 1930
; Simpson 1933
; Tip Top (Stuntz) 1936
; Treholme (Sheets) 1930
; Wassenberg 1937
; Wayman 1936
; Wild Rose (E. Callis) 1936
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| BALDWIN. Self B7M Sass, H. P. R.1926-I.1927. Lavender violet with bluish flush below beard and an almost solid hydrangea red reticulation on haft; 40 in. S. with tips adpressed; F. drooping to straight hanging; beard bluish, yellow tipt; styles over arching; spathes flushed. Excellent mass. [R. S. Sturtevant, "Descriptions of Varieties, Part VI", A.I.S. Bulletin 53 (October 1934): 26.
| From Hill’s Iris & Peony Farm, ca 1932: BALDWIN (H. P. Sass) A Manganese violet of large size on 40-inch stems. Cooley's description in October Iris Bulletin: "Surely one of the finest things in Commerce-splendid form and huge size, lovely pleasing color that is neither lavender nor purple, nor pink, nor red. It is a medley of all these, very vigorous. $5.00.
| From Sass catalog, 1937: BALDWIN (H. P. Sass, 1926)-0ne of the best of the dark blue purples. A huge Manganese violet self with an electric sheen in the falls on 40-inch well branched stems. 35c
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