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TB 27″ M S3L

From Cornell Extension Bulletin 112, 1925: “Color effect a smoky lavender, ageratum-blue, bronzed and blended bicolor. S. pale purplish vinaceous, of silky surface texture, bronzed thruout. F. mauvette to deeper ageratum-violet, bronzing at the edge and becoming yellow-olive on outer haft. Reticulations deep gold to olive brown.

The beard is fine, projecting, and yellow-orange, and the styles are cream-buff. The growth is vigorous, and the plant has lax, slender, deep yellow-green leaves, tinged at the base. The flowering stalks are freely produced, above medium height, well branched, and carry their numerous blooms in a fine mass. The soft, smokey lavender, blending with old gold in the fair-sized, firm-textured flowers, is very pleasing when used in mass with bright yellows. This variety is a late bloomer. Rating 84.”

(Squalens X pallida).

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Quaker Lady

Farr, 1909

Iris Class: Bearded
Bearded Class: Tall Bearded
Age: 1900-1919
Fall Color: Lavender
Standard Color: Fawn/Bronze
Pattern: Bicolor
Beard Color: Orange/Deep Yellow
Hybridizer: Farr
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