■(TB) 'Spanish Fandango'
, R. 1951). Seedling# 368, TB, 44" (112 cm), Midseason bloom. Bicolor of rich golden tan and bright, velvety red. 'Mexico'
X seedling# 333A. Cooley 1951. Honorable Mention 1952.
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| From Cooley's Gardens catalog for 1951: "A swirling and ruffly affair in brilliant coppery yellow and vivid chestnut-red. Those familiar with the variety Mexico will recognize this as a lively improvement on that popular and distinct Iris. It is well illustrated on this page. Spanish Fandango is a rampant grower, easily reaching four feet, with plenty of good wide branching and lots of big frilled blossoms. All eyes will be upon it!
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