(TB) 'Dazzler'

1932, Williamson

'Dazzler' (E. B. Williamson, R. 1931) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class R3M.; Longfield 1932; 1938; Peckham 1939.

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Dazzler (Wmsn. No. 1000, 1932). (Pedigree Lost). Rosier even than Seminole with a corresponding garden effect. Height 36 inches; well branched slightly above mid-height; 7 flowers. Flowers: medium-large; 5 inches high and 4% inches wide. S. arching cupped; almost circular shaped; Phlox Purple, yellowish and maroon about claw. F. drooping; wedge shaped; Rood's Violet. Haft: white at center laterally yellowish tinged and maroon veined. Beard: Deep Chrome. Style branches: like S.; sides Baryta Yellow. Has a pallida growth with vegetation below flowers. Slightly fragrant. $20.00. [Longfield Iris Farm Catalog, 1932]
Peckham comments in 1932 AIS Bulletin

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