, R. 1957). Seedling# C 55-3A. TB, 34" (86 cm), Early thru late bloom. Color Class-N1D, Near-black self; beard touched lightly with yellow. ('Storm King'
x 'Solid Mahogany'
) X 'Sable Night'
. Tell 1958.
| From Tell’s Iris Garden catalog, 1958: NEGRURA (Luzon Crosby). Early-Midseason. 28-34 inches. (Sister to La Negraflor.) The name means blackness and it certainly is about the blackest flower one could find--the only off-color is a touch of yellow showing in the beard. Full, copiously formed flowers have excellent substance, good form and wonderful growing qualities-being a fast increaser of medium sized rhizomes that are very healthy. H.C. 1957. $10.00
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