(TB) 'Lemon Fluff'
, R. 1954). Seedling# 51-9D. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y3, Reed yellow (M&P) and oyster white (M&P), falls heavily laced chrome yellow (M & P); orange-yellow beard. ('Chantilly'
x seedling# 46-2F: (Hall seedling# 42-10 x seedling# 'SQ 72'
)) X ('Gold Ruffles'
). Salem Hills 1957.
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| From AIS Bulletin #145, April 1957. Introducing LEMON FLUFF (Chantilly x 46-2F: (Hall 42-10 x SQ 72)) x (Gold Ruffles x Chantilly. If you like lacy iris, you'll love LEMON FLUFF. Lacy domed standards are Reed Yellow (M&P). Oyster white falls heavily laced Chrome Yellow (M&P). Clean two-inch wide haft enhanced by orange-yellow beard. All these attributes, plus heavy substance and good branching make this a MUST for connoisseurs of fine iris. Proven parent for "lacy" seedlings. Midseason-36". Scarce this year. Net $20.00. Salem Hills.
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