, R. 1963). Seedling# 60-40. TB, 34" (86 cm), Midseason to late bloom. Deep pink self, slight blue cast; tangerine red beard. Fay seedling involving 'Snow Flurry'
, 'Pink Cameo'
, 'May Hall'
, 'Mary Randall'
X sibling to 'Court Ballet'
. Moldovan 1966. High Commendation 1963; Honorable Mention 1967.
| From AIS Bulletin #181 April 1966. Introducing MILADY (Moldovan) ML. 34-36 in. $25.00. (Fay pink sdlg. X sib. to Court Ballet). Very pink in the north and in the south. H.C. '63. Moldovan's Gardens.
| MILADY, a Moldovan production has been thoroughly tested here and throughout the country. Without question, it is the deepest pink color seen in iris to date. It is important to note also, MILADY is equally pink in the South and far West. [“A Preview of the 1966 Introductions from Moldovan’s Gardens,” Advertisement. The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 180 (January 1966): 17.]
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