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Credits: Iris fulva, photo by Dennis Kramb, 2003. (D. Kramb, 17-OCT-03)

Comments: This cultivar is called "Toltel Indian Mounds" and was purchased this from Durios Louisiana Nursery. (D. Kramb, 17-OCT-03)

Please note: Today I discovered the correct spelling should be "Toltec Indian Mounds" -- the name "Toltel" is apparently a misspelling in the Durio catalog. The iris is named after the Toltec Indian Mounds near England, Arkansas where it was originally collected. (D. Kramb, 19-APR-06)


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