Difference: TbForestAflame (r2 vs. r1)

(TB) 'Forest Aflame'

1940, National

'Forest Aflame' (National Iris Gardens, R. 1940). TB. Very late bloom. Color Class-S7M.

From Western Iris Gardens catalog, 1948: FOREST AFLAME ( National, 1940). L. 36" Flashing, leaping color! Bronze brown in standards suffused with red is softened by falls of velvety red-brown. Soft brown appears in style arms. $ 1.00

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