'Aril Landmark' (Henry Danielson, R. 1977). Regeliocyclus. Seedling A-75-1. AR, height 14" (36 cm). Golden bronze with dark brown veins and dots; self styles; mulberry black signal. 'Isolda' X 'Persian Embroidery'. Mount Clare Iris Gardens, 1978.
From Pleasure Iris Gardens catalog, 1984: ARIL LANDMARK--Pure Aril (Regeliocyclus), E. Isolda x Persian Embroidery. The flowers have a glittering effect as if sprinkled with gold dust due to the vibrant golden-bronze tints which extend to the stylearms. The stylearms are extremely long, reached halfway down the falls. Veined dark brown. Large mulberry-black signal. The flower itself resembles Isolda, the pod parent, but is larger. I have been using it successfully both as a seed and pollen parent, The pollen is extremely fertile on most all arilbreds and will give takes up to 75% on most of the C.G. Whites breeding. HM 1980. $5.00
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