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TB 40″ M S4L

From Quality Iris Gardens catalog for 1929: “This fine Iris is an entirely new break in color, and it is almost impossible to convey an adequate impression of the dainty and pleasing effect it gives. The round color is a rich canary yellow and this is overlaid and flushed with pink, more deeply in the falls than the standards. The beard and style arms are yellow. The flower is of good size, beautifully formed and poised, with ruffled standards. The coloring is particularly lustrous. The plant is an exceedingly vigorous grower with stout branched stems. The exquisitely delicate tones of this iris become more beautiful when planted in partial shade.

From Oakhurst Gardens catalog for 1939: “A beautiful blend of canary yellow flushed and overlaid violet pink. 24 in.”

From Robert Wayman’s catalog from 1939: 40″ A new color break, being an exquisite soft pink and soft yellow blend.”

(Imperator X Shekinah), Silver Medal awarded 1927 by the Iris Society of England.

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Murrell, 1927

Iris Class: Bearded
Bearded Class: Tall Bearded
Age: 1920-1929
Fall Color: Mauve/Rose
Standard Color: Cream/Buff
Pattern: Blend
Beard Color: Lemon/Light Yellow
Hybridizer: Murrell
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