■(TB) 'Sultan's Armor'
(Lloyd Zurbrigg, selector for A. K. Edmison
, R. 1953) TB, 24" (61 cm). Midseason bloom. Brown self (deeper brown at center of haft, but self effect). 'Armour Bright'
X 'Sultan's Robe'
. Avonbank 1954.
Note: Registered TB, but should probably be BB because of height.
| From AIS Bulletin #133, April 1954. Introducing SULTAN'S ARMOUR (Edlnison)-The finest border iris to date. 24", one branch and terminal, midseason bloom. A flaring deep brown self without haft marking. Standards tightly closed and swirled. Perfectly proportioned, and ideal with the flamingo pinks. Vigorous and hardy. (ARMOUR BRIGHT x SULTAN'S ROBE). $20.00. Avonbank 1954.
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