TB 36″ M R7L
From Schreiner’s Iris Lover’s catalog for 1944: “A ruffled orchid-pink. The edges of both the standards and falls are so heavily ruffled and frilled that they have the appearance of being edged with lace of a lighter shade than the rest of the flower. From the same line of breeding as the famous flamingo pinks. 36″ stems strong and well branched.”
From National Iris Gardens catalog for 1948: “This is a novelty! Orchid pink with both standards and falls heavily crimped, giving the flower a dainty lacy effect. Good substance.”
(Maiden Blush X pink sdlg), HM 1945, AM 1947.
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