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■(TB) 'Oxmoor Hills'

2004, Ennenga

'Oxmoor Hills' (James Ennenga, R. 2003). Seedling# E-90-31-1. TB, 30" (76 cm), Early bloom and rebloom. Standards violet blue (RHS 90B); falls violet blue (90A), white at haft and veining extending to end of beard; beards yellow, violet at end; pronounced sweet fragrance. 'Violet Music' X seedling# E-85-11-1: ('Autumn Bugler' x 'Sea Wolf'). Ennenga 2004.

Reported Reblooming (The 2012 Cumulative Checklist of Reblooming Iris - Reblooming Iris Society)

  • California <link to Reblooms in California page>
  • Iowa <link to Reblooms in Iowa page>
  • Montana <link to Reblooms in Montana page>
  • Nebraska <link to Reblooms in Nebraska page>
  • Tennessee <link to Reblooms in Tennessee page>
USDA Zones
  • Zone 5 <link to Reblooms in Zone 5 page>
  • Zone 6 <link to Reblooms in Zone 6 page>
  • Zone 7 <link to Reblooms in Zone 7 page>
  • Zone 9 <link to Reblooms in Zone 9 page>

See below:
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From AIS Bulletin #334 July 2004 Introducing OXMOOR HILLS. Oxmoor Hills is a time tested reblooming TB iris, at 30" height. It was hybridized in Nebraska (climate zone 5), where it reblooms regularly. Here in Tennessee (zone 7-8) it reblooms several times before freezing stops the bloom. It is a ruffled violet blue iris with pronounced sweet fragrance. Beards are yellow, violet at end. Parentage is Violet Music X (Autumn Bugler x Sea Wolf). To get this iris distributed, I am offering it for only $25.00. James Ennenga.

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