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(TB) 'Hayward'

1938, Mitchell

'Hayward' (Sydney B. Mitchell, 1938) TB. Early midseason bloom. Color Class WW.

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From Carl Salbach catalog 1938: HAYWARD (Mitchell 1938). The most distinct white of all, as it is set off by the most striking orange beard we have ever seen on any iris. Clear white with yellow haft markings. Form of flower, and branching habit excellent. Parentage lost. Late mid-season. 36-inch. Not sold separately; see "H" group, below.
 

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