>From: Jean Richter <email@example.com>
Sep 2, 2008 2:33 PM
[iris-photos] Re: Photos: Need photo for these below
Lowe is indeed an oldie,
>J. L. Gibson, 1930. None of
pre-1950 iris in irisregister
catalog description on the HIPS web site
>is: "It is a brilliant blue
>standards of soft blue and velvety falls of
pansy-violet, bordered the color of the standards."
>However they must
have had rather liberal ideas
>of what constituted blue back then, as
>picture on the HIPS site shows a rather
>Sorry, can't help with pics for
>in the warm dry SF bay area, zone
>Linda Smith wrote:
>> * *
>> **MAISIE LOWE – Maybe Historical or
is it just so new it's not in data
>> bank yet.?? All that was
listed was it's name. **
>> (R. G. Smith, R. 1971) Sdlg. 6926 OR.
TB, 30" (76 cm), M & RE
>> S. deep reddish purple, ruffled; F.
white with 1/2" deep reddish purple
>> edge; burnt orange beard.
E24R X 6605A. R. G. Smith 1972
>> *LADY DAY*
>> (Carol Lankow, R. 1989) Sdlg.
4C39-3. IB, 24" (61 cm), M
>> Warm white, slightly brushed light
yellow on hafts; orange yellow beard.
>> That's Right X Actress.
Kirkland Iris 1990
>> *TUDOR RUFFLES*
>> (Lloyd Zurbrigg, R. 2001) Sdlg. KK 193. TB, 36" (91 cm), M &
>> White ground, violet blue plicata marking; beards pale yellow
>> heavily ruffled. GG 38-1-1: (R 78 "Spell": (P 25 mauve:
(Halt x Earl of
>> Essex) x P 15: (Fiji Dancer x Earl of Essex)) x
Stadler J 36-05: (Spirit
>> of Memphis x Earl of Essex)) X Frances
Iva. Friendship 2001
in CW AZ
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