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LA: identity

From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>

A question for the Louisiana experts:

In 1950 Lillian Hall Trichel registered the Louisiana iris CADDO which was
introduced by Elizabeth Nesmith's Fairmount Gardens that same year.

CADDO won an HM and the Mary Swords DeBaillon Award, both in 1950.

CADDO's parentage is given in the 1959 Check List as: (Lilyana X Bayou

The same parentage is given in 'The Louisiana Iris', Caillet and
Mertzweiller, 1988 and the convention used for the parents is as follows:
Lilyana in word caps and BAYOU VERMILLION in all caps. The conventional use
of ALL CAPS indicates a registered and approved name, Word Caps indicates
'something else'.

Lilyana does not appear in the AIS checklists.

Does anyone have information pertaining to: Lilyana?



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