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(SPEC) 'Stylosa Superba'

1933, Perry

'Stylosa Superba' Recorded in the 1939 with no registration date but an introduction date by Amos Perry 1933, 1939. Unguiculares - color code B9D; In the Theodosia B. Sheppard Co. Catalog (1905) there is the following "IRIS Stylosa Superba. A most beautiful evergreen Iris from Greece. The leaves are long and narrow, grass-like, growing in dense tufts and forming large bunches in a short time; blooms in the greatest profusion from October all through the winter. The color is exquisite violet blue, the large petals feathered black and white, lined with a velvety orange stripe through the center. The lovely flowers are fine for cutting. 25c to 50c.

See Iris Unguicularis

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