■(TB) 'Anne Leslie'
( Grace Sturtevant
, R. 1917). TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-W9. ( 'Dr. Bernice'
X unknown). Honorable Mention 1915.
| From Glen Road Iris Garden catalog, 1920: ANNE LESLIE— The standards are white, with the faintest flush of rose on the upper half; the falls are rich Dahlia Carmine enlivened by an orange beard. A thoroly good amoena, unusual in color. 27 in. H. M. 1915. $2.50
| From H. P. Simpson catalog, 1922: Anne Leslie (Sturtevant, 1918). S. white with the finest flush of rose ; F. rich carmine. Said to be richer than the similar French variety “Dalila.” Beautiful bloom and a good grower. 24 inch. Starred variety. Price $1.50 and $2.00.
| See John C. Wister Collection, Scott Arboretum Archives, Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
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