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(TB) 'Evening Glow'

1927, Tuthill

'Evening Glow' (G. B. Tuthill, 1927). TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R7L. Tut 1927; Toedt 1927; Pattison 1929.

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From Glen Road Iris Gardens catalog, 1929: EVENING GLOW (Tuthill) Light blue-lavender with an orange beard; surprisingly like Evadne in size, form and habit, in all, except in color; free-flowering and vigorous, it makes a strong garden mass; 38 ih. 5.00.
From Quality Gardens catalog 1931: EVENING GLOW (Tuthill 1928) M. 36". S. and F. pale silvery lavender blue. Splendid orange beard. The lower part of the haft is an irridescent combination of lavender, pink and orange, giving the flower an opalescent effect. The foliage is a peculiar shade of gray green which combines beautifully with the coloring of the flower. $1.00.
 

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