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(TB) 'Rob Roy'

1931, Kirkland

'Rob Roy' (James Kirkland, R. 1928). TB. Early midseason bloom. Color Class-R9D. Kirkland 1931.

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ROB ROY. This fine iris, which merits a place among the best reds on form, color, etc., alone, is of great additional value because it is such an early bloomer, being the first big red to show color in our garden. Dominating color is bordeaux, a color of great carrying quality. Texture excellent and does not fade. 38-inch. 35c; 3 for 75c. Carl Salbach iris, 1938.
Display Garden of J. H. Kirkland, 1939 catalog: ROB ROY: Early, maroon red. 36 in.25c

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