( George Yeld
, 1907) TB; Midseason bloom; Color Class-B3M. Medium blue bitone; ( 'Amas'
X Iris cypriana
). Backhouse 1907; The Garden, 16 Sept. 1916; Wallace 1921; Sheets 1928; Journal of The Royal Horticultural Society 53: Pt. 1. p127. January 1928 Trials.
| From Bonnewitz catalog 1928: ARAC (Yeld). Arching blue standards are of a blue-violet color with a silver sheen, and the falls are of a rich violet-purple with red-brown markings on a cream base, and with an orange beard. It is probably better in quality than LORD OF JUNE, but somewhat smaller in size. It increases very slowly. $ 0.75.
| ARAC (Yeld). S. arching, blue-violet with silver sheen; F. rich deep violet-purple with red-brown markings on cream base; orange beard. Probably better quality than Lord of June but somewhat smaller in size. Height 40 inches $2.00.
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