Difference: TbBelray (r11 vs. r10)

(TB) 'Belray'

1964, Schreiner

'Belray' ( Schreiner, R. 1964) Sdlg. Seedling R-576-l. TB, 35" (89 cm), Early midseason bloom. Rich medium violet-blue self. N-833-l X (( 'Harbor Blue' x 'Chivalry') x 'Cahokia'). Schreiners 1964.

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From Schreiner’s catalog, 1964: BELRAY (Schreiner 1964) EM. 35". A medium blue iris of excellent substance whose chief claim to distinction is a charming ruffling. It is instantly singled out by visiting fanciers because of its great amount of frilling. An iris with a very billowy effect. A real acquisition that will be an ornament to any garden. Includes in its family tree Harbor Blue, Chivalry, Cahokia and other blue seedlings back over 4 generations. Some visitors call this affectionately a blue "Polka Time" due to its ruffle and flouncing. No. R576-l. $15.00.

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