(LA) 'Delta Country'
, R. 1950). Louisiana, 38" (97 cm), Late bloom. Color Class-YOL, Bright gold self, orange signal. 'Dixie Deb'
X ('Maringouin Fulva'
x 'Kraemer Yellow'
). Conger 1951.
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| From Sidney Conger Louisiana Iris catalog, 1951: DELTA COUNTRY. (Reg. 1950). A cross of Dixie Deb X (Maringouin Fulva X Kraemer's Yellow). Although both parents are early, this yellow is late and is in bloom when other yellows are gone. Narrow, clean foliage and graceful stalks bearing 3 open flat, ruffled flowers of medium size. Color is a bright glistening yellow and all flowers borne during its first season had a striking, well-defined orange signal patch on petals and sepals. Unusually good grower. As a first year seedling it produced 21 fans, of which 6 made bloom stalks. Foliage clean, stems slender. 36 inches. Hardy. Late. $12.50.
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