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■(TB) 'Off Broadway'

1992, Moores

'Off Broadway' (Walter Moores, R. 1991). Seedling# 85-32-C. TB, 34" (86 cm). Early midseason bloom and rebloom (November in Mississippo). Standards deep gold; falls cream to white ground, maroon plicata markings blending to solid brown edge; beards mustard; ruffled. 'Broadway' X (('Drifting Confetti' x 'Queen In Calico') x ('Queen In Calico' x 'Blue Tempest')). Moores 1992.

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From AIS Bulletin #285 April 1992 Introducing OFF BROADWAY-TB, 34", EM & RE (Nov. in MS). Late reblooming flowers on strong, branched stalks have deep gold standards. Falls are maroon plicata on cream to white ground blending to a solid brown band. Beards are mustard. Welcomed in the Fall with its autumn colors. Broadway X ((Drifting Confetti x Queen in Calico) x (Queen in Calico x Blue Tempest)). $25.00. Walter Moores.
 

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-- LaurieFrazer - 2010-01-11
  • This iris has been one of my best sellers.
    Like 'em; hate 'em. Fear they will corrupt the gene pool? Fear other irises will become infected?
    What are they? Ben Hager called the standard markings in this iris 'mosaic virus.' Whatever it is appears to be totally harmless. These markings are what sells this iris and have never killed another iris, at least in my garden. Also, the markings never showed up in any progeny I grew. This iris would lose its appeal if it didn't have the markings.
    Some have mistakenly called these markings 'broken color.' Ben was right. -- WalterMoores - 11 Jan 2010
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OffBoradway01.jpgjpg OffBoradway01.jpg manage 77 K 07 Apr 2015 - 15:13 Main.TLaurin Photo by John Weiler
OffBroadway02.jpgjpg OffBroadway02.jpg manage 39 K 27 Mar 2018 - 02:59 Main.TLaurin Photo by Nola's Iris Garden
Off_Broadway_TB_Walter_Moores_1992.jpgjpg Off_Broadway_TB_Walter_Moores_1992.jpg manage 78 K 21 Sep 2014 - 01:16 Main.georgebacon Breezeway Iris Garden
offBroadway2.JPGJPG offBroadway2.JPG manage 48 K 12 Jan 2010 - 21:01 Main.avmoran  
offbroadway6.jpgjpg offbroadway6.jpg manage 72 K 11 Jan 2010 - 15:12 Main.htb ©2001 Laurie Frazer
offbroadwayTIF.jpgjpg offbroadwayTIF.jpg manage 12 K 05 Dec 2011 - 19:44 Main.Betsy881 Photo by The Iris Fan
offbroadway_jillb.jpgjpg offbroadway_jillb.jpg manage 62 K 11 Jan 2010 - 19:29 MichaelGreenfield Photo by Jill Bonino
Topic revision: r20 - 25 Nov 2018, Betsy881
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