(Richard W. Morgan
, R. 1962). TB, 34" (86 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-V3, Standards lavender, fading near white; falls violet, violet styles. 'First Violet'
X 'Whole Cloth'
. Morgan 1964.
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| From AIS Bulletin #173, April 1964: Introducing PELLA (First Violet X Whole Cloth). 36", M. White domed standards. Rich violet falls nearly horizontal. Both moderately ruffled. Hafts heavily fluted. Vigorous. Hardy. Well branched. Has withstood 30 below and still bloomed excellently. Two-year planting can be seen in Gaskill and Hooker gardens this year in Illinois. Net $30.00. Richard Morgan.
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