(TB) 'Frilly Fringes'
(Bro. Charles Reckamp
, R. 1956). Seedling# 53-49. TB, 38" (97 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y3L, Cream with light yellow haft. Blue seedling# 47-45 X pink seedling# 50-09. Mission 1956.
| From Mission Gardens catalog, 1960: FRILLY FRINGES (Mission Gardens 1956) Frilly Fringes is a very fancy iris. Standards, falls and style arms all done up with frilly fringes of fancy lace. The color is clear cream with light yellow on the haft. The flowers have a crystal like appearance. This variety should be of special interest to those breeding for iris with lace or fringed edges. It was produced from pink and blue breeding. Sets seed well and has fertile pollen. It is a slow propagator because some of the increase develops into bloom stalks the first year. The stems have good average branching and are of medium height, about 38 inches. $7.00
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