, R. 1920) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R9D. Honorable Mention 1920. Farr 1920.
| From Indian Spring Farms, 1927: SEMINOLE (Farr 1920) 8.3. S. dark violet-rose; F. rich, velvety crimson; brilliant orange beard. A richly-colored and free-flowering variety that is beautiful either as an isolated plant or in mass effect. One of the outstanding varieties from the Farr collection. 24 inches.60 cts. each; $1.50 for 3; $5.00 per doz.
| SEMINOLE is almost a crimson color. It is in a class by itself in that respect and is of rich velvety texture. Robert Wayman, "Best Twenty-five Irises", The Flower Grower Oct 1925: 404. Print.
| From Movilla Gardens catalog, 1921: SEMINOLE. (Farr 1920.) H. M., A.I.S. 1920; S. soft violet-rose; F. rich velvety crimson; brilliant orange beard.
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