■(TB) 'High Tor'
R. 1950). TB, 42" (107 cm). Late bloom. Color Class-BV1, Blue-violet self. 'Snow Flurry'
X 'Azure Skies'
. Sign of the Iris 1952.
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| From Milliken Iris Gardens catalog, 1955: HIGH TOR (Fielding)-H.M., A.I.S. '52. Any person on seeing this flower for the first time will be added to the ranks of its devotees. Huge, chicory blue, very ruffled flowers sit on their perfectly branched stems with all the grace and nobility that is their heritage. The tall stalks make them as useful in the garden as they are on the show table. A must. 38 in. $5.00.
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