(R. K. Chamberlain
, R. 1955) Seedling# 53-21B. TB, 38", Late midseason bloom. Color Class W1. White self, visible beard white. 'Canadaway'
x Cousin's white seedling. High Commendation 1959, as Seedling# 53-21B.
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| From AIS Bulletin #165, April 1962. Introducing WINTERTIME (Chamberlain, 1961) Each $20.00 M.L. 38-40 in. Tall, floriferous and vigorous in growth, this is a most impressive Iris, large in size and broad of form. The heavily substanced flowers have firmly arched standards and flaring, wide ruffled falls of purest sparkling white. This is Mr. Chamberlain's seedling 53-21B which drew so much attention growing in a large clump in Will Rogers Park at the Oklahoma City Convention. H.C., 1959. Gilbert Wild.
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