, R. 1953). TB, 34" (86 cm), Midseason late bloom. Color Class-Y4, Standards golden yellow, Falls burnt ochre (M & P 3-G-12). 'Red Torch'
. Reinhardt 1955.
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| From Edenwald Gardens catalog, 1957: MISCHIEF (Reinhardt '55) ML.34". Sparklingly bright variegata of distinctive coloring, combining yellow standards with burnt-orange falls. Medium large. $15.00
| From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1963: MISCHIEF (Reinhardt '55) ML-34". A very striking variegata, see in color above, in a completely new color combination that is a real color break. Standards brilliant golden yellow; falls intense red-orange, flaring. At Salt Lake A.I.S. Convention it was declared the brightest Iris ever seen. Orange beard; good substance, stands all weather condtltons. A prolific grower, good seed setter, with plenty of pollen. Rhizomes naturally small. Red Torch X Gypsy. Reg. $2.50; on $10 order $1.75; on $25 order $1.5O; 3 for $4.05.
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