TB 34″ Y4L
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1932: “A flower but little known, and one which is deserving of greater popularity. Of only medium size, its dainty blossoms of pale primrose-yellow are delicately edged and stained violet, and are produced abundantly. Something different. Try it.”
From Robert Wayman’s Iris Catalog 1932: “One of our most charming Irises. Soft primrose yellow, flushed and bordered the softest rosy purple.”
From The Pfeiffer Nursery catalog for 1933: “Flowers of primrose yellow bordered with purple.”
(Lohengrin x . . . ) X (Aurea).
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