You are here: Iris Wiki>TbPthruT Web>TbPinkAngel (03 Jun 2018, Betsy881)Edit Attach

■(TB) 'Pink Angel'

1973, Rudolph

'Pink Angel' (Nate Rudolph, R. 1972). Seedling #70-75. TB, 29" (74 cm), Early bloom. Standards light pink (RHS 49C); falls light pink, blending to pale pink at center, deeper pink haft; sharp pink beard. 'Pink Sleigh' X 'Cream Taffeta'. Rudolph 1973.

See below:
pink angel fl.jpgPinkAngel01.jpgpinkangel02.JPGPinkAngel02.JPGpinkangel03.JPGpinkangel1.JPGpinkangel2.jpgpinkangel3.JPGpinkangel4.jpg

References:

From AIS Bulletin #209 April 1973 Introducing PINK ANGEL 1973 $25.00. No. 70-75 (Pink Sleigh by Cream Taffeta). Midseason. TB 30". An exquisite shade of light pink close to RHS 49C. Standards light pink, beautifully formed and ruffled, framing the deeper pink styles. Beautifully ruffled wide flaring falls, light pink at edges, blending to a pale pink at the center, with deeper pink hafts. Deep pink beard. This is another beauitful departure in pink color and form. Heavy substance. Four branches with seven or more buds. Plant habits are excellent. Good increaser. Fertile both ways. HC '71. Very fragrant. Lakelawn Gardens.
 

Please do not enter images that are not your own without owners' permission, this is against Wiki policy

"Although the Encyclopedia is free to all, it is supported by Emembership in AIS, If you would like to help sustain this reference, for $15 you can become an Emember, click here."

Interested in Tall Bearded Iris? Please visit the: Tall Bearded Iris Society website.

To Report errors do not use comment box but contact the Iris Encyclopedia Photo Manager or Iris Encyclopedia Manager Comment box is reserved for added information about the topic.

Your Observations Are Valued. Please make note of bud count, branching, purple based foliage and bloom time, etc. Because these are affected by climate, note date, year and geographic location and write these and other comments in the comment box below.

 

-- Main.RPries - 2011-03-07
  • TB 'Pink Angel' bloomed approximately June 21-26, in 2017. There was only one bloom stalk that bloomed from a small clump of 5 rhizomes, and it was a short stalk. This could have been due to an excess of moisture, or it may have been thinned and replanted in 2016. -- HollyJohnson2017-04-01 - 21 Sep 2017
Topic attachments
I Attachment Action Size Date Who Comment
PinkAngel01.jpgjpg PinkAngel01.jpg manage 35 K 26 Sep 2014 - 03:04 Main.TLaurin Photo by C&T Iris Patch
PinkAngel02.JPGJPG PinkAngel02.JPG manage 75 K 04 Dec 2014 - 00:43 Main.TLaurin Photo by Bluebird Haven Iris Garden
pink_angel_fl.jpgjpg pink_angel_fl.jpg manage 33 K 12 Aug 2012 - 19:11 IrisP  
pinkangel02.JPGJPG pinkangel02.JPG manage 78 K 04 Jul 2014 - 20:30 Main.TLaurin Photo by Bee Warburton
pinkangel03.JPGJPG pinkangel03.JPG manage 73 K 04 Jul 2014 - 20:28 Main.TLaurin Photo by Bee Warburton
pinkangel1.JPGJPG pinkangel1.JPG manage 931 K 27 Dec 2016 - 15:20 Main.TLaurin Photo by Glenn Corlew
pinkangel2.jpgjpg pinkangel2.jpg manage 139 K 26 Jun 2017 - 15:44 Main.TLaurin Photo by Holly Johnson-Taken at MN Landscape Arboretum
pinkangel3.JPGJPG pinkangel3.JPG manage 1009 K 28 Dec 2016 - 03:37 Main.TLaurin Photo by Glenn Corlew
pinkangel4.jpgjpg pinkangel4.jpg manage 112 K 02 Jun 2018 - 02:19 Main.TLaurin Photo by Holly Johnson
Topic revision: r16 - 03 Jun 2018, Betsy881
This site is powered by FoswikiCopyright © by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding Iris Wiki? Send feedback