■(TB) 'Lady Paramount'
(Clarence G. White
, 1934) 40", Early midseason bloom. Standards and falls clear primrose yellow. Award of Merit 1936.
| From Carl Salb ach catalog 1926: Lady Paramount. An immense light yellow, nearly as large as Happy Days. Bred from W. R. Dykes, which is also one of the parents of the sensational Happy Days. Blooms very similar in form to that of Happy Days, shown on inside front cover page. Plants large and tall, well branched, with many blooms to a stalk. Midseason. 4-0". $10.00.
| From Maple Valley Iris Garden catalog, 1937: LADY PARAMOUNT (White 1932) EM 14 in. A tall and beautiful yellow which caused a sensation when first shown in California. It has bloomed beautifully here through two seasons without protection and is one of the finest light yellows. A perfect self of clear primrose yellow, the large lustrous flowers are gracefully carried on tall well branched stems. H.M., 1932, A.M.. 1936. $5.00.
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