■(TB) 'Tudor England'
, R. 1979). Seedling# K 95 WOW. TB, 39" (99 cm), Medium season Bloomer. Standards pale violet, heavily flushed deep violet from base, faint gold rim; falls paler violet with some slightly deeper texture veining, light chartreuse-yellow rim; orange beard tipped white. 'O My Goodness'
. Avonbank Gardens 1980.
This iris exhibits Purple-Based Foliage
in: CA, England [The 2012 Cumulative Checklist of Reblooming Iris, p. 210]
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| From AIS Bulletin #237 April 1980 Introducing TUDOR ENGLAND-White standards are heavily overlaid with dark violet, like storm clouds. The near-white falls are surprisingly bordered in a golden chartreuse, which is the color of the buds! Show-bench stalks of perfect placement support the very large flowers of excellent substance and delightful form. Fertile both ways, it would rebloom if our season lasted another month. $25.00. Avonbank Iris Gardens.
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