(William J Caparne
, 1901). DB, height 8" (20 cm), Early bloom. Warm white self; cream beards. 'Statellae'
. Award of Merit (Royal Horticultural Society) 1927.
Also known as 'Die Braut'.
| From Adamgrove catalog, 1997: BRIDE (Capame, 1901) White, of course, and one of many dwarfs and intermediates created by the versatile Mr. Capame. His interests extended far beyond that realm; he made his mark as a watercolorist of irises, daffodils, and landscapes in the late 19 century. $3.00
| Of moderate vigor and rapid increase. Foliage green, 5 to 6 inches 2 fld. Flowers small well proportioned, stiff, standards somewhat domed, 2 X 1 3/4 inch; falls hanging straight 1 3/8 X 1 3/8 inch: white with faint bluish tinge. Flowering for a fortnight from May 5th 1927. Raised by Messrs. Caparne Sent by Messre Barr. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society, Bearded Iris Tried at Wisley 1925-1927 page 120
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