, R. 1937) TB. Early midseason bloom. Color Class-S6D. 'Zuni'
x 'Député Nomblot'
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| From Carl Salbach catalog 1939: MOKI (Thole 1938). (Zuni X Depute Nomblot.) A fine new variety that is a vastly improved Zuni - having very big, bold flowers, smooth and well rounded, plus the same rich brownbronzy color of the latter. Medium tall, and of fine branching habit. In our estimation, Moki is the finest of all of Mr. Thole's introductions. We purchased Moki intending to introduce it at a price of $10.00 per rhizome, but we received a much larger stock than we expected, and it gave us good increase. In view of this fact, we introduced Moki at a new low introductory price, and now it is selling at a record low for a second year iris. Early mid-season. 30-inch. 75c; 3 for $2.00.
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