( George Yeld
, R. 1911) IB; Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y4L.: Backhouse 1911; Wallace 1912; Wing 1920; Katkamier 1939; AAA 119.; C., Royal Horticultural Society 1917; Journal Royal Horticultural Society 43: 1. liv. May 1918; Hort. Dir. 59: 43. 1918; slightly fragrant
| From Wing Seed catalog, 1919: DAWN — Beautiful sulphur-yellow bronze-veined at the throat. Distinguished from Canary Bird or Flavescens by the bright orange beard and soft amber shading at throat. 50¢.
| From G. G. Whitelegg catalog, 1921: DAWN (Yeld). A very free flowering and beautiful variety with clear sulphur-yellow flowers and an orange beard. Recommended.
| From H. P. Simpson catalog, 1922: DAWN (Yeld, 1912). Very pretty sulphur-yellow bloom, amber- veined at the throat. One of the newer English introductions. Slightly larger than Flavescens. 30 inches. 40¢.
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