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(TB) 'Tamar'

1920, Bliss

'Tamar' (Arthur J. Bliss, 1920) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R3M. 'Leonidas' x 'Queen Of May'.

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From G. G. Whitelegg catalog, 1921: TAMAR (Bliss 1920). A tall reddish lilac Pallida, self with the semi-spreading falls veined with deeper colour. Unbranched spikes with medium to large flowers, early and free-flowering. A lovely colour and a strong plant and rampant grower; height, 3 ft. 6 ins.
From Bonnewitz catalog, 1927: TAMAR (Bliss) $0.75. This is a tall growing variety which has pleased us during the past two or three years. It is rosy lilac in color, and on account of its erect habit we believe will please many Iris lovers. Two rhizomes at 60c each; five or more rhizomes at 50c each.

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