■(TB) 'Vista Point'
, R. 2016). Seedling# 08-24-A. TB, 39" (99 cm). Late midseason bloom. Standards port wine (M&P 56-J-12), very faint chrome lemon (9-K-2) peppering at base; style arms liver brown (7-H-9) crests, midrib, and wings light chrome yellow (10-L-4); falls white ground, 1˝ chrome lemon patch below beard, port wine haft, mid-line and edge; beards white, layered rust tan, purple tips. 'Sorbonne'
X seedling# 06-183C: ('Class Ring'
x 'High Octane
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| From Keith Keppel Iris catalog, 2017: VISTA POINT ML 39” (Sorbonne X (Class Ring x High Octane)) #08-24A. Port wine standards with very faint lemon basal peppering. Port wine hafts, edge, and faint mid-line on a white ground that carries a lemon yellow patch below the layered rust, purple, and white beard. Think: desert red sandstone cliffs, looking through a natural arch onto white sand, with golden sunbeams coming down. Whoever said it was only the plicata markings that can vary? So can the pattern of the ground color! About 7-9 buds. $50.00.
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