(TB) 'Palos Verdes'
(Carl S. Milliken,
R. 1945) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y1M.
| From Milliken Gardens catalog, 1945: PALOS VERDES (Milliken). We are frequently asked for a good chartreuse iris. It may be needed to give just the right touch in the garden or to use as a cut flower to harmonize with the furnishings of a room. We think that Palos Verdes will meet the need. The petals are Reed yellow shading to mustard yellow and at the hafts are fine lines of cress green. The beard is strontian yellow. The coloring is smooth and soft, the flower is firm and flaring . The plant is vigorous. 40 inches. $5.00; 3 for $12.50
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