, R. 1968). Seedling 671J-l. SDB, 14" (36 cm), Early to late bloom. Color Class-YG1F, Yellow-green(RHS 154C) self with orange-green halo markings(YG 151A); ruffled falls; beard 92B to C, frosty orange tips. Seedling 46G: ('Snow Flurry'
x I. pumila
seedling Warburton seedling AM-5: 'April Morn'
x ?) X seedling 9G-1: ((sibling to 'Blue Denim'
x seedling C-309 Warburton.(probably blue I.pumila
seedling AM-3 x 'Spanish Peaks'
)). Warburton 1969.
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| Comment from Carol Ramsey, AIS Bulletin #210 July 1973:13: CROWN - starchy light yellow, blue beard, horizontal flaring, in full bloom becomes a solid mass of yellow crowning the foliage - I always wonder if Bee heard the trumpets of a certain margarine commercial when she named this. [Carol Ramsey, AIS Bulletin #210 July 1973:13].
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