(AB) 'American Dream'
OGB ( Henry Danielson
, R. 1982). Seedling 76-7. AB, 32" (81 cm). Midseason bloom. Standards light lavender; Falls yellow tan; large raspberry signal; blue beard. 'Country Morning'
X 'Moon Dust'
. Pleasure Iris Gardens, 1982.
|| From AIS Bulletin #245 April 1982 Introducing: AMERICAN DREAM--Sdlg. 76-7. AB (1/2), 32", EM, S. Light Lavender, F. Yellow-tan. Midribs show some yellow one-third up. Light yellow stylearms, Blue beards. Extremely large raspberry signals. Large flower. Terminal and one branch, two flowers. This one-half airbred could pass for a pure onco because of the flower, but the stalk and foliage show very strong growth. Rugged and easy to grow. The flower is simply enormous for an arilbred. If you can't make your neighbors 'oh and ah' with this one, they're hopeless. A real exhibition flower. Pod fertile. Country Morning x Moon Dust. $40.00
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