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(TB) 'Imperial Pomp'

1943, Schirmer

'Imperial Pomp' (H. W. Schirmer, R. 1943) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class R1D. 'Valor' x 'Ashes of Roses'.

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IMPERIAL POMP (Schirmer 1948) M. 40 in. (Valor x Ashes of Roses). A very clean flower of fine form done in richest royal purple. Choice. 2.00.
In my opinion, the finest thing the Schirmers have introduced so far is Dr. Schirmer's Imperial Pomp. It is a splendid deep purple flower. The unusual and attractive part of it is that the tip of the beard is purple also. It gives quite an interesting effect. Reynolds, Mrs. Leo F., Tennessee (1949). Coming Events Cast Their Shadows, American Iris Society Bulletin 116 (January 1950), 23.
 

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