(TB) 'St. Regis'
, R. 1941) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-B1L. 'Birchbark'
x 'Great Lakes'
. High Commendation 1944.
From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1948: ST. REGIS (W. Caldwell 1947) M. An iris that might be termed an "aristocrat'' in the very light blue class for it is quite different in form, carriage, and substance from any other in this group. The standards are roundly dom d with crisp ruffling. The falls are very flaring with firm fluted borders. Charming and delicate in color, the flowers have balance and beauty to a marked degree. Well branched stalks. H. C., A. I. S. 1944. 38 in. $20.00
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