(TB) 'Butterscotch Plum'
, R. 1967). Seedling# 4A1-1. TB, 32" (81 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-OY5F, Odd blending of butterscotch and plum with gilt edges; yellow-orange beard. ((Alexia'
seedling X 'Annette'
) x 'Crinkled Beauty'
)) X ((('Fortune's Gift'
x ('Pink Cameo'
x 'Inca Chief'
)) x 'Glittering Amber'
))). Eden Road 1969. [1, p. 32].
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| From Eden Road Iris Garden catalog, 1970: Butterscotch Plum (Christensen ’69) M. 32 in. ((Alexia Sdlg. x Annette) x Crinkled Beauty) X ((Fortune’s Gift x (Pink Cameo x Inca Chief)) x Glittering Amber). Unusual colored beauty for those desiring something different. The semi-flaring falls are an odd blend of colors best described by its name. There is a tiny purple flash below the beard. Standards are lighter with more yellow and pink blended in. Beard is orange tipped lemon. Styles are buttercup, with a butterscotch plum ridge and crest. Three branches and terminal. Fertile both ways. $15.00.
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