■(TB) 'Witches' Brew'
( Tom Craig
, R. 1958) Seedling# R-56. TB, 30" (76 cm), Midseason to very late bloom. (Remontant). Standards Tanagra; falls blended values of red with small violet accent at tip of gold beard. 'Ruth Couffer'
seedling X Ruth Couffer
. Craig 1958.
| WITCHES' BREW (Craig 1958). We saw this deep garnet flower for the first time in the Whiting garden and found it very attractive. The violet blaze at the tip of the golden beard lent it originality. [Ralph and Helen Lewis, “Irises From North Carolina’s Coastal Plains to the Foot of Pikes Peak,” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 167 (October 1962): 89.]
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