, R. 1983). Seedling# 77-119D. TB, 38" (97 cm), Early midseason bloom. Standards rattan (M&P 11-K-6) ground almost completely covered with tan (12-L-11); Falls spice brown (13-B-12) margin on bright clear yellow (9-L-3) ground, large white triangular area below orange beard; slight sweet fragrance. 'Santana'
X seedling# 74-32B: (seedling# 71-40A: ('Roundup'
sibling) x 'Osage Buff'
). Keppel 1984.
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| From Keith Keppel Iris catalog, 1984: LAREDO (Keppel '84) E 35" (Santana X 74-328: pod parent to Gigolo) The most intense, dark lemon-gold ground plicata we have ever bloomed. Standards almost completely suffused rich golden brown; falls with dotted golden brown edges and a white "V" pattern below the orange beards, the remainder of the falls beina unmarked lemon gold. Not without fault, as the color dulls with aqe and the highly ruffled flowers may "channel" in the heat, but the tall, floriferous stalks and vivid coloration make it a garden standout. #77-1190 25.00.
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