, R. 1941) TB, Midseason to late bloom. Color Class-R6D, 33". 'Orloff'
X 'Elsa Sass'
. Hall 1943. Honorable Mention 1943.
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| From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1945: FIRECRACKER (D. Hall 1943) M. The most brilliant plicata that I have seen. The undercolor is yellow with heavy plicata markings of glowing Burgundy red. Free flowering, good substance, medium in height. It is so bright that it stands out from afar in the garden. H. M. A. I. S.1943. R. 88 1944. 32 in. $5.00
| From Hallcroft Iris catalog, 1949: FIRECRACKER. H. M. 1943. A glowing dark burgundy red plicata, with yellow trim. The flowers have good substance, are well formed and carried on stout 32-inch stems. The depth and richness of color commands the attention of everyone. $3.50
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