■(TB) 'Alice Harding'
, R. 1933). TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class Y4L, 'Iceberg'
. Cayeux 1933. Award of Merit AIS 1927; French Dykes Memorial Medal 1933
; Harding Prize 1933.
| Bulletin de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1933, 5e série, Tome IV, p. 269.
| From National Iris Gardens catalog for 1942: "Medium yellow. Closed standards and semi-flaring falls of medium yellow; bright orange beard. Strongly fragrant, large flowers on extra-good stalks. We have sold more of this variety than any other yellow."
| See also 'Alice Harding' on the HIPS Website
| Miliken 1940 catalog gives, "ALICE HARDING (Cayeux) This is a large yellow of beautiful form . It is one of the soft yellows which are so helpful in harmonizing the colors in our gardens. A French introduction and new in this country, Alice Harding is outstanding . 3 ft. 50c; 3 for $1 .00"
| 'Alice Harding' A clear soft primrose, smooth and satiny, very round, well branched and vigorous, with quantities of flowers. [Mrs. Herman E. Lewis, Varietal Notes 1938, Bulletin of the American Iris Society 72 (January 1939): 9.]
| Alice Harding: (Cayeux). Just another Phebus a bit larger. [Belsley, Ray J., Varietal Comments. Bulletin of the American Iris Society 74 (July 1939): 16.]
'Le Roi Soleil'; 'Roi Soleil'.
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