, R. 1961) Seedling# N59-17-14. TB, 34" (86 cm), Midseason to late bloom. Straw yellow self, pink flush in Standards; tangerine beard. ((('Honeyflow''
x 'Tobacco Road'
) x 'Cliffdel'
) x (('Salmon Shell'
x Hall seedling# 44-09) x 'Pink Formal'
)) X 'Garden Gold'
). Noyd 1962. High Commendation 1961; Honorable Mention 1963; Judges Choice 1963, 1964; Award of Merit 1965.
| From AIS Bulletin #165, April 1962. Introducing ULTRAPOISE (Sdlg. N59-17-14). TB, 34", M-L. Straw-yellow self with pink flush in the standards; tangerine beard, and a green line up the back of the falls. Slightly flared and well branched. Sets seed. Hm '61. (( Honeyflow x Tobacco Road) x Cliffdell)) x (Salmon Shell x Hall's 44-(9) x Pink Fonnal)) X Garden Gold. Net $2.5.00.; Noyd's Iris Garden.
| From AIS Bulletin #170, July 1963. Ultrapoise (Noyd). I was extremely taken with this iris in the Denver Botanic Gardens. Although the blooms are not huge, it presented a picture that was attractive. The straw-yellow flowers had a pink flush in the standards. The beard is tangerine. The stalk is well branched and the flowers are flared and ruffled.
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