, R. 1954) Seedling# 5160. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Orange-toned self (persimmon, M & P). ('Harriet Thoreau'
x D. Hall seedling# 4539) X ((Hall seedling# 4405 x 'Radiation'
) x sibling). Branch 1956. Honorable Mention 1956.
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| From AIS Bulletin #141, April 1956. Introducing YESTERYEAR (H.C. 1955), embodying the "new look" in iris, is as flaring as the costume of a ballet dancer. Its color is between Nude (M&P11-A-4) and Champagne (M&P11-B-3). It grows about 38", is well branched with 9 buds and has an inconspicuous beard. Its extreme ruffling and delicate color gives an illusion of fragility but each flower lasts 3-4 days in either sun or rain. It seldom has pollen but sets seed readily. Sdlg #5160. $15.00. Charles Branch.
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