1920). TB, 48” (122 cm), Late midseason bloom. Color Class-S6M, 'Hector'
x 'Shelford Chieftain'
) X (self). FCC MHS 1917. Sturtevant 1920.
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| From Glen Road iris Gardens catalog, 1920: REVERIE— S. Light Vinaceous Lilac shading to Colonial Buff with a narrow border of pink. F. solid Auricula Purple with wide white haft; a tall, pink toned bi-color far richer than Dalila, the nearest in color among the named varieties. 3 ft. H. M. 1917, 1920. $3.00.
| From Quality Gardens catalog 1930: REVERIE (Sturt. 1920) M. 46" S. cream flushed with pink, the F. an unusually beautiful tone of deep rose. The form, poise and style of the flower is absolute perfection. $2.00.
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