Difference: TbEdgewood (r7 vs. r6)

(TB) 'Edgewood'

1926, Hall

'Edgewood' (Charles Hall, 1926) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R9L. ( I. trojana x unknown) X ('Lohengrin' x unknown).

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From Maple Valley Iris Garden catalog, 1937: EDGEWOOD (Hall 1926) L. 40 in. A large tall, deep pink bicolor very much like Frieda Mohr, but a freer bloomer in this climate. 35c

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