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(TB) 'Spring Azure'

1944, Wareham

'Spring Azure' (John Wareham, R. 1944) TB. Late bloom. Color Class-B1L. From seedlings derived from I. trojana x 'Dominion'.

When the Society last met in Cincinnati a lovely light blue of medium size was named SPRING AZURE but after moving and dividing, it developed undesirable traits and was never sent out. Its loss was more than redeemed when in 1944 its successor was found, alike in color, but larger, better formed, on tall and well branched sturdy stalks. (Gersdorff, 1945, p. 49).

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Gersdorff, C. (1945). Iris review, 1942 and 1944. Bulletin of the American Iris Society, 96(February 1945), 45-51).
Topic revision: r6 - 02 Aug 2020, davepote
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