■(TB) 'Pink Garland'
(R. K. Chamberlain
, R. 1959). Seedling# 58-1. TB, 36" (91 cm). Midseason bloom. Color Class-O1P. Deep-pink self; pink beard. seedling# 53-2A X 'Pink Enchantment'
. Wild 1961.
| From AIS Bulletin #165, April 1962. PINK GARLAND (Chamberlain, 1961) Each $20.00 M.L. 32 in. This rather tailored Iris of semi-flaring form is a smooth self of rich deep pink with no haft markings or any infusion of yellow to mar the great clarity of color, which is intensified by a full, heavy red beard. A pink that is pink across the garden! Color carries well ... does not become washed out at a distance. The flowers of medium size have heavy substance and a sparkling lustre. As "one flower makes no garland", this Iris seems to justify its name opening three flowers at a time on well-branched stalks to generously provide for your garden a truly PINK GARLAND. A most generous grower. H.C., 1958. Ron Chamberlain.
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