■(TB) 'Flaming Victory'
, R. 1982). Seedling# 78-19-2. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Ruffled light yellow; orange red beard; slight sweet fragrance. 'Temple Gold'
X seedling# 74-120-6: (seedling# 70-40-1: (seedling# 68-2-2: (('Glittering Gold'
x 'Orange Crush
) x ('Ballerina'
x 'Orange Crush'
)) x 'New Moon'
) x seedling# 70-71: ('White King'
x 'New Moon'
)). Rialto Gardens 1983. Honorable Mention 1985, Award of Merit 1988. Rialto Gardens.
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| From AIS Bulletin #249 April 1983 Introducing FLAMING VICTORY (Weiler '83) 90 cm (35"). A modern iris in an elusive color. Sporting flaming orange-red beards on sparkling medium yellow petals, the bloom is so gracefully formed and softly ruffled that appearance belies the heavy substance. Stalks with 3 branches and terminal produce a minimum of 7 flowers. Very rapid increase. E-M. Fertile. Very popular at the Denver convention under #78-19-2: Temple Gold X ((((Glittering Gold x Orange Crush) x (Ballerina x Orange Crush)) x New Moon) x (White King x New Moon)). HC 1982. $25.00.
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