, R. 1953) TB, 35" (89 cm), Midseason bloom. Pale yellow or cream self, slightly deeper at haft. 'Amandine'
x ('Fairy Lustre'
x 'Golden Eagle'
). Fairmount 1955.
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| From Fairmount Gardens, 1955: LARGESSE (Wills 1955) M. Captivating and refreshing this very large lemon cream combines size with good form and substance to a striking degree. The flowers are Primrose Yellow (601/3) with very broad standards and widely flaring falls that are waved and ruffled at the edges. There are no haft venations around the deeper Primrose beard. Well branched with three branches and terminal and nine or more buds evenly spaced on sturdy stalks. A cross of (Fairy Lustre x Golden Eagle) x Amandine, this iris is a distinct addition to the color scheme of any iris garden. 39 in. $20.00
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