Difference: SpxSayoNoTsuki (r5 vs. r4)

(SPX) ■(SPX) 'Sayo-No-Tsuki'

circa 1990, Ichie

'Sayo-No-Tsuki' ( Toyokazu Ichie by Society for Japanese Irises, R. 1994). SPEC-X, 30" (76 cm), Early midseason bloom. Standards creamy white; style arms white, midrib creamy pale yellow; Falls creamy white, blue violet halo surrounding light yellow signal, short blue violet lines extending from halo. I. pseudacorus X I. ensata . Introduced in Japan circa 1990.

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