, R. 1966). Seedling# 63-260. TB, 36" (91 cm), Late bloom. Color Class-O5D, Standards blend of brown, amber and light purple; falls blend of darker coloring, all edged brown; brown hafts; tangerine beard. 'Claudia Rene'
X 'Glittering Amber'.
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| From Cooley's Iris catalog, 1967: BACCARAT (Gaulter, '67) Each $20.00. A carnival of color, blended graduations of brown, amber and light purple...like changeable silk...in the heavily ruffled standards, and extremely broad, flat, flaring falls of bright violet banded golden brown. Hafts are solid light brown and the beard is bright orange. Remindful of some pagan ceremonial dance! Large blossoms; 36-inch, well branched, heavy stems. No. 63-260.
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