, 1908) TB. Early bloom. Color Class R7L.
| Journal de la Société Nationale d'Horticulture de France, 1922, Tome XXIII, p. 217.
| R. Wallace & Co. 1908.
| From G. G. Whitelegg catalog, 1921: "TROOST (Denis). A magnificent variety. Standards deep rosy purple. Falls paler, veined violet, which changes to brown in the upper part. giving a distinctive appearance. It may be said that this is a greatly improved M. Aymard, deeper in colour, and unique on account of the brown shading of the haft."
| From Robert Wayman, Best Twenty-five Irises", The Flower Grower, Oct 1925: 404.: "TROOST: "A very large rose colored flower with distinctive veining. The finest and largest of its type."
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