■(TB) 'Dancing Bride'
, R. 1961). Seedling 59-66. TB, 34" (86 cm), Late bloom. Color Class-W1Y, White self, some yellow at throat; yellow beard, green buds. 'Irish Linen'
X (seedling 52-40 x 'Good Morning'
). Moldovan 1963.
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| From AIS Bulletin #169, April 1963. Introducing DANCING BRIDE (N. Rudolph) L. 34 in. $25.00 net. (Irish Linen X pink and white sdlgs.) Ruffled, frosty pure white with lemon hafts and beard. A fancy flower with good stem. H.C. 61. Moldovan's Gardens.
| DANCING BRIDE (Rudolph '63) with four blooming stalks, quite erect, the three branches placed higher on the stem than CHINESE CORAL. Flowers are very wide and heavily ruffled, standards white tinted ivory, falls an ivory, whiter in the center with an ivory border, beard bright lemon deepening to yellow inside, smooth lemon hafts. The foliage is more a yellow-green. [Roberts, Earl (1964). Taped Commentary on Fay Garden, American Iris Society Bulletin 174(July 1964), 48-49.]
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