(Richard W. Morgan
, R. 1962). TB, 34" (86 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-V3, Standards lavender fading to near white; Falls violet, violet styles. 'First Violet'
X 'Whole Cloth'
. Morgan 1964.
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| From AIS Bulletin #174, July 1964. Introducing MILISSKA (First Violet X Whole Cloth) 36" M. A distinctive, moderately ruffled new amoena with near white, tightly closed standards which may be tinted blue in various soils and weathers. Slightly lighter than PELLA's. Good stem, perfect (Whole Cloth) branching. Vigorous. Hardy. Was guested in Gaskill and Hooker gardens in Illinois. Chosen by Harry Randall for his garden in England. Glowing reports from Southern California and Memphis. Stock very limited. Net $30.00. Richard Morgan.
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