■(SIB) 'Harpswell Love'
( Currier McEwen
, R. 1995). Seedling T(6) 83/206. SIB (tet.), 29" (73 cm), Midseason late bloom. Standards and style arms pale greenish yellow (RHS 1D), aging white; style arms with white tufts; Falls white, greenish yellow veining to tips, crimped yellow (7D) edging aging cream, signals bright yellow (7A); ruffled. 'Ivory Cream'
X T(5)79/174(3): ( 'Lady Of Quality'
x 'Dear Dianne'
). Eartheart 1998.
| From AIS Bulletin #309 April 1998 Introducing HARPSWELL LOVE (T6 S83/206): Tetraploid Siberian iris, 30", blooms mid season to late. Magnificent 5" flowers open light greenyellow (RHS 1D) becoming white by day two. Excellent form and branching with round, ruffled 2-1/2" falls and wide tufted styles. A photo appears in McEwen's book, The Siberian Iris., plate #17. Eartheart Gardens.
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