Difference: TbSnoqualmie (r15 vs. r14)

■(TB) 'Snoqualmie'

1938, Brehm

'Snoqualmie' ( George Brehm, R. 1938) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-W4. 'William Carey Jones' x Mitchell seedling. Award of Merit 1941.

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From Marble Iris Gardens catalog, Carl Salbach catalog 1940: 1957: SNOQUALMIE (Brehm 1938). M. 36 in. Very rich pure (William Carey Jones X seedling). Pronounced Snow-Kwal-Me. The Bruno blood of William Carey Jones carries on to give us a championship iris of leathery substance, and rich, smooth creamy coloring - and in a tall iris of excellent form and perfect branching. Rich, smooth cream Iris to lightest yellow, shading to lighter cream at the top-center of fine flaring the falls. Our choice as easily the finest cream of its type; distinct from William Carey Jones in its greatly improved form and heavy substance. This beautiful its slightly warmer shade Iris of leathery texture cream. Distinct from Carved Ivory as it is soft in taller and color yet rich enough to blend with the reds and blues in your garden. smooth, while Carved Ivory It is very soft hardy and free blooming. A.M. 1941. Each 60c; frosty. One of the most valuable of all for garden use, as it acts as a relief between the other iris colors. 45". $5.00; 3 for $1.50. $12.50.
  From Marble Iris Gardens catalog, 1957: SNOQUALMIE (Brehm 1938). M. 36 in. Very rich pure cream Iris of fine flaring form and heavy substance. This beautiful Iris of leathery texture is soft in color yet rich enough to blend with the reds and blues in your garden. It is very hardy and free blooming. A.M. 1941. Each 60c; 3 for $1.50.
 
 

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