(TB) 'Casa Blanca'
, R. 1939) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class WW.
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| Casa Blanca (Washington 1940) is a flaring white of fine form and extra good substance. It is a large flower with a pale yellow beard tipped white. [Mrs. Otto Steutzel, “After the Ball Was Over,” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 103 (October 1946): 11.]
| CASA BLANCA (Washington 1940) M. A beautiful white of large size and flaring form. The standards are broad and roundly domed. The wide flaring falls have very firm substance. The tall stalks with four branches carry 8 to 10 blooms of heavy smooth texture. 40 in. $5.00. [Mrs. Thomas Nesmith, Fairmount Gardens Catalog, Lowell, Massachusetts, A Selected List of Bearded Iris, Catalog, 1948]
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