, R. 1968). Seedling# 63-4-20. TB, 40" (102 cm), Early to late bloom. Color Class-Y4BV, Standards golden buff; falls methyl violet (Wilson 39/3) with color gradually intensified toward beard, lighter area each side beard; bordered golden buff; white beard tipped orange. 'Bon Vivant'
X 'North Country'
. Eden Road 1969.
| "BANDOLIER (Plough '69) EML. 40 in. (Bon Vivant X North Country). Beautiful pastel bicolor. Standards are golden-buff and are domed and well held. The huge rounded falls are methyl violet, blending deeper towards the center. There is a lighter area each side of the beard. Entire fall is bordered golden-buff. Beard is white with each hair tipped orange, deepening in throat. Styles are tan-buff ridged methyl. Should be a sure winner on the show bench. May require staking in windy areas. Three wide angle branches and terminal. Fertile both ways. $20.00. [Eden Road Iris Garden, Wenatchee, Washington. 1970 Catalog. 13. Print.]
| "BANDOLIER is an unusual lilac and metal color. I don't care for it, but it is obviously a descendant of Mr. Plough's AMIGO'S GUITAR, etc." [Esmond Jones, “Tall Bearded Iris Abroad,” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 206 (July 1972): 72.]
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