■(TB) 'Meadowlark Fringe'
, R. 1971). Seedling# LP 66-Y2. TB, 33" (84 cm). Midseason to late bloom. Medium bronze-butterscotch-yellow blend; orange-yellow beard. Seedling# LP 64-11: ('Bright Forecast'
x 'Rainbow Gold'
) X seedling# LP 63-63: ('Orange Pagoda'
). Peterson, Tell 1971.
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| From AIS Bulletin #201 April 1971 Introducing MEADOWLARK FRINGE. (Bright Forecast x Rainbow Gold) X (Orange Pagoda x Tantallon). TB. 32-34". M-L. A very pretty blend of medium bronze butterscotch yellow with closed standards that are neatly laced and ruffled. The flaring falls are also laced and broadly ruffled and fluted. As with CORANGE', this iris has many GOOD qualities that make it an attractive garden showpiece. Tell's Iris Gardens co-listing. Net $20.00. Les Peterson.
| From AIS Bulletin #201 April 1971 Introducing MEADOWLARK FRINGE (L. Peterson). Co-introduced with its breeder, Les. Peterson. ML. 34". (Bright Forecast x Rainbow Gold) X (Orange Pagoda x Tantallon). Another heavily Gold Ruffles-bred iris and containing much pink breeding, thus it will breed a wide range of colors. It is a luscious bronze-butterscotch blend, all ruffled and fluted. Falls have a lighter area toward center. Orange-yellow beard. No. LP 66-Y2. Fertile both ways. Only fair branching, buds toe in. Net $20.00. Tell's Gardens.
| "One of my favorites of the year was MEADOWLARK FRINGE. When introduced, one of the comments in the description was that it did not have enough buds. I'm not a bud counter, but it seemed to have enough to make it last as long as any other iris in my own garden. It has fine branching, but the outstanding feature is the butterscotch coloring with a metallic shine." [Ron Mullin, “An Iris Holiday.” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society #208 (January 1973): 15.]
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