, R. 1968). Seedling# 6-5C40. TB, 36-38", Midseason bloom. Color Class-RP4YOPcm, Standards orient pink; falls ivory pink, dainty fringed edge pale orange-buff, hafts brushed RHS 20C; beard 21B, deeper in throat. 'Rippling Waters'
. Brown's Sunnyhill Gardens 1969.
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| Sometimes an iris is a surprise when it blooms. BUFFY was such an iris. Its description does nothing to prepare you for its pastel beauty. Lacy, buff-pink flowers of heavy substance are displayed on tall, well-branched stalks. During the 1970 bloom season this one stayed beautiful through some of our worst weather. It was probably the most photographed iris in my garden. [Mullin, Ron (1971). Irises I Like, American Iris Society Bulletin 204(January 1972), 10.]
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