(TB) 'Vision Fugitive'
, R. 1938) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y4L. Seedlings from 'Dominion'
x I. trojana
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| From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1942/43: VISION FUGITIVE (Wareham 1942) M. L. A large cool looking white and yellow with an intangible quality of grace throughout. The broad roundly domed standards are pale cream yellow, ruffled at the edge. The details of the falls are most intriguing; the broad white surface is faintly shadowed with light blue with a tracery of yellow at the rim, and enlivened by chrome yellow on the haft. The falls are decidedly whiter than the standards which is unusual in so large a flower, and it shows up well in the garden. The substance of the flowers is firm with bloom stalks very strong and well branched. This iris withstood three days of wind and rain better than any other iris in the garden. 39 in. $25.00.
| From Iris Test Garden catalog, 1955: VISION FUGITIVE. (Wareham, 1942). M. L. A large, cool white and yellow with an intangible quality or grace throughout. The domed standards are cream yellow. The details of the falls are most intriguing; the broad white surface is faintly shadowed light blue with a tracery of yellow at the rim. The substance of the flowers is firm, stalks very well branched. H.M.,A.I.S., 1945. 39 inches. $1.35.
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