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(TB) 'Mandraliscae'

1861, Todaro

'Mandraliscae' (Augustino Todaro-Sicily, 1861) Midseason bloom. Color Class-B1M.

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From Movilla Gardens catalog, 1921: MANDRALISCAE (Probably wild.) S. and F. rich lavender-purple. Large flower. Strong grower and a very free bloomer. Early. Useful to follow Brionense and to precede Pallida Dalmatica. 36 inches.
From Indian Spring Farms catalog, 1927: MANDRALISCAE 7.3. Rich, lavender-purple flowers of Pallida type. A tall, strong grower with 40-inch flower stalks. Blooms very early. 25 cts. each; 60 cts. for 3; $2.00 per doz.
"Of unrecorded origin but probably a collected form of the species pallida. Rich lavender purple flowers on three-foot stems. Early and free flowering." [Longfield Iris Farm catalog, 1925]
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