■(TB) 'Golden Garnet'
, R. 1979). Seedling# 72-4G. TB, 34 1/2" (88 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards blend of yellow-orange (RHS 21A), lightly veined red-purple (58A); falls yellow ground plicata, 1/8" yellow-orange rim on outer edge with 1/4" greyed purple (185A) band; white signal; orange-yellow beard; ruffled, fluted and serrated. 'Kilt Lilt'
X seedling# 17-2A: (('Copper Capers'
x seedling# 55-6A) x seedling# 47-08: sibling to 'Anon'
). Gibson 1980
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| From AIS Bulletin #236 January 1980 Introducing GOLDEN GARNET ('80) M, 88 cm, #72-4G, Plicata $25.00. This is a very brilliant iris-brighter than Kilt Lilt, one of its parents. For this reason and for its other good growing and performance qualities, it is being offered for introduction. The standards are a rich yellow-orange, lightly veined red-purple (58A). The falls are plicata (almost a fancy), yellow ground and white signal. The semi-flaring falls are bordered on the outer edge by a 1/8" yellow-orange rim, then by 1/4" greyed purple (185A). Much of the rest of the fall is speckled the same color as the inner band. A show off!! Gibson Iris Garden.
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