, 1925). TB, Midseason bloom. Color Class S4L.
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| Journal de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1926, 4e série, Tome XXVII, p. 200.
| From Quality Gardens catalog 1930: OPHELIA (Cayeux 1925) M. 36" One of the most beautiful new Irises. The color is indescribably charming and subtle. A delicious medley of warm orange cream, mauve and bronze tints, lit up with a deep orange beard. It is perfectly exquisite. Flowers of perfect form and great reflnement. This Iris has achieved an enormous popularity and was one of our biggest sellers last year. $4.00.
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