'Rubeo' (William Mohr - Sydney B. Mitchell, R. 1930). TB, Midseason bloom. Color Class-S9D. 'Sherbert' x Unknown. Offered by Mitchell 1931; Salb. 1931 Cooley 1938; Long-J.D. 1938; Peckham 1938. Synonym 'Rubio'; 'Rubes'.
|'Rubeo' (M. M., 1931). Standards are deep glistening rose ; falls are broad, thick texture and of deep velvety maroon-on very tall stems. ----Mabel Carey Tobie, p58 AIS Bulletin #59 October 1935 Iris notes on Mrs. Thomas Nesmith's collection.|
|Rubeo (Mohr-Mitchell 1931). A magnificent plant with huge flowers beautifully poised on strong stems 48" high. It begins to branch half way up the stem, sending out good wide branches. The standards are deep glistening rose, the broad thick textured falls are of deep maroon. The color cut, page 11, does not show the full, velvety richness that characterizes the falls ...... . . . . . $2.50; 3 for $6.00--From Carl Salbach 1935 Catalog|
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