, R. 1947) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y5M. 'Tiffany'
x 'Casa Morena'
| From Iris Test Garden Catalog, 1955: RODEO. (DeForest, 1947). Height, 36 in. Brighter color in same pattern as Tiffanja. Standards gold. Falls flaring, white edged gold. Styles gold. Beard brown, tipped orange. Brown marking. Flowers measure close to six inches. As conspicuous as a "Ten Gallon" hat, hence the name. $1.00.
| "I thought the standards of Rodeo were opening too much [in the DeForest garden, OR], just as they did for me in Nashville". Jesse E. Wills (Tenn.), “Iris Impressions 1949,” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 115 (October 1949): 20.
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