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(JI) 'Kyodaisan'

before 1911

'Kyodaisan' (Yokohama Nursery, before 1911. JI. Double. Color Class 3. Translation: Mt. Kyodai or Mirror Stand Mountain.

From Farr's catalog, 1918: KUMO-ISHO (syn. Gypsy). Six large petals; with a gold blotch surrounded by a dark maroon halo, radiating into deep lines and penciling to a gray border. This brilliantly colored variety, which was in my original collection, was lost, and it has taken me nine years to secure enough plants to be able to offer it again; stock limited. 75 cts

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Topic revision: r1 - 06 Dec 2016, Betsy881
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