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(LA) 'Rubrolilacina'

1931, Alexander

'Rubrolilacina' (Edward Johnston Alexander, R. 1931). Vinic; RL; Alexander gives the following description: "Flower-stalk erect, rigid and strict, branched: sepals [falls] recurved-spreading, the blade dull rose-magenta, prominently veined darker, the crest orange-yellow, long-acuminate, together with 2 or 3 laterals on either side forming a lancehead which extends from well down into the claw to one third the length of the sepal-blade: petals [standards] slightly paler than the sepal-blades: style-branches heavily streaked and flushed pale-orange, the keel pale-orange: anther-tips included." [Collected Louisiana Iris].

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