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From Cornell Extension Bulletin 1925: “Color effect a blended lilac-drab, neutral violet bicolor. S. Hay’s lilac; F. Chinese violet shading to reddish brown at base, veined neutral red and reticulated brown on yellow outer haft. Growth vigorous, resembles a dull ‘Caterina‘. Rating 83.”

From Rainbow Gardens catalog for 1925: “S. deep blue lavender shading to dark olive-buff. F. light mauve deepening to manganese violet. Strong grower. Makes a fine, handsome plant.”

From Pudor’s Puget Sound catalog of 1929: “A very handsome strong growing variety on the line of ‘Asia’; probably Miss Sturtevant’s best introduction. S. lavender shading to dark olive buff. F. light mauve to violet, stout stalk well branched. Height 4′.”

From Indian Springs Farms catalog for 1931: “An effective color blend. S. deep lavender, shaded olive-buff; F. lavender-purple.”

From Pudor’s Puget Sound catalog of 1929: “A very handsome strong growing variety on the line of ‘Asia‘; probably Miss Sturtevant’s best introduction. S. lavender shading to dark olive buff. F. light mauve to violet, stout stalk well branched. Height 4’.”

From Indian Springs Farms catalog for 1931: “An effective color blend. S. deep lavender, shaded olive-buff; F. lavender-purple.”

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Sindjkha

G. Sturtevant, 1918

Iris Class: Bearded
Bearded Class: Tall Bearded
Age: 1900-1919
Fall Color: Lavender
Standard Color: Lavender
Pattern: Blend
Beard Color: Orange/Deep Yellow
Hybridizer: Sturtevant
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