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Re: What kind of Iris is this?

  • Subject: Re: What kind of Iris is this?
  • From: Jean Richter <richter@eecs.berkeley.edu>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 11:18:02 -0700

Superstition Iris Garden, which is the gold standard for correctly
ID'd historic iris offered for sale, sells Princess Beatrice.
They have a picture of it in their photo collection:

This picture shows a light area in the hafts that is less in
evidence in your flower.

Pictures can be deceiving, though - it's especially hard to get the
color correct with blue & lavender iris. The best way to tell for sure
is to purchase a known correct Princess Beatrice and grow them
side by side...

Jean Richter
SF bay area, zone 9

Crabtree, Angela Jean wrote:
> I have been researching this for a while.  I think it might be i.pallida 
> “Princess Beatrice”.  Have you seen any of them?
> Angela J. Crabtree
> Outreach Coordinator
> H. H. Gregg Center for Professional Selling
> Department of Marketing and Management
> Miller College of Business, Ball State University
> phone (765) 285-5136
> fax       (765) 285-4315
> http://www.bsu.edu/salescenter
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