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Photo: Regelia hybrid: Antiope

  • Subject: Photo: Regelia hybrid: Antiope
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 7 Jun 2008 22:36:09 EDT

Below is a photo of an unregistered seedling iris attributed to Antoine Hoog.  I have seen it listed for sale as a regiocyclus hybrid (RC), but it shows none of the oncocyclus features.  It was discovered in his garden, as far as I can discover.  Anyway, it is a decent garden subject, fertile, and grows well in a raised bed.  From its form and coloring, it appears to me that one of the I. hoogiana variants played a role in it.

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