R. 1923) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R7L. 'Parisiana'
x I. mesopotamica
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| From Salbach catalog, 1925: ROSADO. This beautiful, clear soft pink, tall, strong growing and of unusual size, is literally in a class by itself, the first of its color of Mesopotamica parentage. It has proved hardy and vigorous in Massachusetts. Stock limited. $10.00.
| From Indian Spring Farms catalog, 1927: ROSADO (Mohr 1925). This beautiful, clear, soft pink, tall, strong growing Iris of unusual size is literally in a class by itself as the first of its color of Mesopotamica parentage. It has proved hardy and vigorous in the East. $7.50 each.
| The 1925 Glen Road catalog gives: "ROSADO (Mohr, Camp. Sturt. 1925) A most beautiful clear soft pink, tall and strong growing. A Parisiana x mesopotamica seedling that has proved delightful in my own garden; over 42 in. 10.00"
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