(W. R. Dykes
, 1927) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class Y4L.
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| BRITONESS From The Dykes Irises catalog, 1929._ 2 ft. to 2 1/2 ft. Primrose yellow pallida with an orange beard and with reticulations shading from bronze to yellow. Large flower about the size of Moonlight.
| BRITONESS. Pale lemon-cream, of Moonlight derivation. This flower was blooming magnificently in the Schriener garden in St. Paul last June, and was a favorite of Robert Schriener as well as myself. A very new introduction from England which has had little publicity, but is deserving of a place among the iris aristocracy. Blossoms of great size, slightly ruffled, splendid stem and branching habit. Each $4.00 [Cooley's Wholesale pricelist, 1932] Listed as "Brittoness" in this catalog.
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