, R. 1961). Seedling# 470. TB, 40" (102 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-YO5L, Standards light tan; falls same touched violet at end of brown beard. 'Toast An' Honey'
X seedling: (seedling# 368B x seedling# 373). Cooley 1961.
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| BUCKEROO* (Kleinsorge, 1961) Each $25.00. An Iris of gigantic proportions, which in both color and form brings to mind the great rodeo spectacles of the Far West. This is a seedling of Toast an' Honey; larger, lighter in color and with more horizontal falls. These are almost as large as a small dinner plate, very wide and almost flat. Color is light cocoa-brown with just a hint of violet in the center. Big foliage and heavy stalks are in keeping with the stouthearted air of this flower. No. 470. [Cooley's Iris, 1961] * notice mispelling of Buckaroo in catalog.
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