Hall, 1942
Iris Class:
Bearded Class:
Tall Bearded
Fall Color:
Black/Near Black
Standard Color:
Beard Color:
Orange/Deep Yellow
Hall, David
Available - not endangered

Full Description

TB 36″ M B9D

From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1947: “The falls are a very velvety rich Pansy-purple with almost no veining at the haft. Standards are several shades lighter than the falls, making a very striking color combination. Plushlike substance with a glistening sheen. 36 inches, well branched.”

From National iris Gardens catalog for 1947: “Take a deep purple night with starlight breaking through and you’ll visualize this striking iris – for its falls are a rich dark purple with standards of brighter and lighter shades of blue. Flower form and substance are excellent.”

(Indian Chief x VD almost Black seedling), HM 1943, AM 1945.

From Schreiner’s Iris Lover’s catalog for 1947: “Do you have trouble growing the very dark iris? Here is a fool proof version – a deeply colored, rich, handsome blackish pansy purple without veins. It is floriferous to a remarkable extent and its easy growing qualities assure that it will be in great demand.”