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■(TB) 'Midgard'

1926, Sass

'Midgard' (Hans Peter Sass, 1926). TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-S4L.

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From Sass catalog, 1937: MIDGARD (H. P. Sass, 1926)- The best known and most popular pink and yellow blend, always in demand. An iris of exquisite coloring and has firm, heavy substance. Both standards and falls yellow with a flush of clear pink. A strong grower and free bloomer. 39 inches. 25c.
From Sarah Toedt’s Springtime Gardens catalog, 1929: Midgard - Sass Bros. received more orders for this new pink Iris than for any other of their own introductions during the National Iris Show’s duration in 1928. The large heavy textured flowers are bright pink overlaid with a silvery tone, blending to yellow on the haft. Midgard and cream white Thalictrum aquilegiafolium planted where a gazing globe will reflect the beauty of the blooms should make an attractive garden picture.
 
MIDGARD. Three years ago this was hailed as the best production ever turned out by the Sass Brothers. The yellow-pink blended flowers introduced a new color note, and it became immediately so popular that there has never been sufficient stock to supply the demand. It is one of the most reliable new varieties for severe climates, besides being a very free bloomer and rapid multiplier. Its future is assured. Each $1.50; three for $3.75; ten for $10.00 _Cooley's Wholesale pricelist, 1932
MIDGARD is another iris which appeals to garden visitors. The branching is rather poor. On the whole, I consider it one of the best blends I have. It is beautiful in mass. [Dornblut, J., Bellingham, Wash. Varietal Notes, American Iris Society Bulletin 55 (February 1935), 100.

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Topic attachments
I Attachment Action Size Date Who Comment
Midgard26kp12.JPGJPG Midgard26kp12.JPG manage 61 K 31 May 2012 - 14:59 KentPfeiffer Taken at the Sass Memorial Garden near Ashland, Nebraska on May 4, 2012
Midgard_0003.jpgjpg Midgard_0003.jpg manage 81 K 25 Jun 2014 - 17:38 BobPries Biodiverity Heritage Library Cooley's 1932
midgard-jb.jpgjpg midgard-jb.jpg manage 35 K 21 Feb 2013 - 19:25 Main.Harloiris photo by Mike Unser
midgard1.JPGJPG midgard1.JPG manage 468 K 11 Jul 2018 - 02:35 Main.TLaurin Photo by Nancy McDonald-The Pickle Barrel Collection.
midgard2.JPGJPG midgard2.JPG manage 656 K 11 Jul 2018 - 02:37 Main.TLaurin Photo by Nancy McDonald-The Pickle Barrel Collection.
midgard3.JPGJPG midgard3.JPG manage 568 K 11 Jul 2018 - 02:39 Main.TLaurin Photo by Nancy McDonald-The Pickle Barrel Collection.
midgard_fl.jpgjpg midgard_fl.jpg manage 64 K 13 Aug 2012 - 04:13 IrisP  
Topic revision: r15 - 12 May 2019, Betsy881
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