■(TB) 'Town And Country'
'Town And Country'
, R. 1971). Seedling# 67-34. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Ruffled and laced light orchid-rose blend; white beard. Seedling# F3 of 'Sterling Silver'
X 'Marie Phillips'
. Cooley's Gardens 1971.
TOWN AND COUNTRY (Gaulter '71 ) Each $20.00. A silvery rose-violet of spreading form and with unusual curls and contrasting appendages in the standards. This is from a long line of seedlings involving Marie Phillips and Sterling Silver; in fact it inherits some of its silvery contrasts from the latter. Both standards and falls are of a uniform, bright roseviolet hue and the beard is white. All petals are gracefully waved at the margins. Large flowers on stout stems, 34 inches in height. Seedling No. 67-34. [Cooley's Iris, 1970]
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