(TB) 'Mohr Lace'
(Mrs. Earl Recknor
, R. 1957). Seedling# 54-1. TB, 39" (99 cm). Very late bloom. Color Class-V1M, Medium-violet self, golden shoulders, gold beard. 'Snow Flurry'
. Tell 1958.
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| From Tell’s Iris Garden catalog, 1958: MOHR LACE' (Hazel Recknor, Creston, Iowa). Midseason-Late. 36 inches. (Elmohr x Snow Flurry.) Yes, this unusual laced violet (looking very like it could be a child of Chantilly) is from Snow Flurry pollen, so it is both unusual and exciting for hybridizing purposes. Could bring ruffling and lace into the purples, blacks and blues. Medium sized flowers. $10.00
| From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1963: MOHR LACE (Recknor '58) ML-37". Yes, a lacy Oncobred, & from Snow Flurry pollen. so most exciting for hybridizing purposes. Could be the means of bringing ruffling & lace into the full Oncobred clan. A very broad highly laced violet, with a cream throat. Amazingly, it pods easily by C. G. White hybrids. (Elmohr X Snow Flurr). Regularly $2.00; on $10 order $1.60; on $25 order $1.40.
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