(SPEC) Iris salmonicolor Small aka 'Salmonicolor'
(John Kunkel Small
, R. 1931). Vinicolores Section; Color Code-S4L; Light yellow self;
Described by Small as "Flower-stalk strict, flowers fragrant: sepals spreading, the claw lemon-yellow, the color flushing up into base of blade, the blade opening dark-buff with yellow-brown veins, fading to pale-pinkish with orange veins, the crests greenish-yellow, becoming brown-lilac at the tip: petals [standards] pale pinkish-buff veined light-orange, the channel of the claw flushed pink: style-branches yellow, fringed along margins: tips of the anthers exserted." [Collected Louisiana Iris].
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