Difference: TbShiningWaters (r17 vs. r16)

■(TB) 'Shining Waters'

■(TB) 'Shining Waters'

1933, Essig

'Shining Waters' (Edward Essig, 1933). TB. Early midseason bloom. Color Class-B1M. (('Caterina' x 'Marian Mohr') x ('California Blue')) x 'Uncle Remus' x 'Moa'. Millikin 1933. Honorable Mention 1934, Award of Merit 1935.

'Shining Waters' See below: (Essig, 1933). The finest blue of 1934 or 1935 and we really need more fine blues. Beautiful clear campanula-blue. Tall well-branched stalks. . ----Mabel Carey Tobie, p58 AIS Bulletin #59 October 1935 Iris notes on Mrs. Thomas Nesmith's collection.

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References:

From Milliken Iris Gardens catalog, 1940: SHINING WATERS (Essig) A reflection of the clear blue western skies in still, shining waters. The best of the many smooth, clear blues obtained after years of progressive breeding along a particular line. The self color is about midway between the shades of the darker Sierra Blue and the lighter Pale Moonlight, yet it is really not a competitor of either. The firm, wax-like texture and perfect finish, symmetry, and poise of the falls and standards are enhanced by a bright orange beard. The flowering stalks are straight, three to four-branched and from four to five feet tall. It combines a smoothness and finish that is unsurpassed, with the size and poise of Easter Morn. Shining Waters is now generally recognized as the finest iris of its color. We introduced this iris in 1933 and have the largest and finest stock in the entire country. Our plants will amaze you. Illustrated in color on page 9. 50c; 3 for $1.00; 12 for $3.50.
'Shining Waters' (Essig, 1933). The finest blue of 1934 or 1935 and we really need more fine blues. Beautiful clear campanula-blue. Tall well-branched stalks. Mabel Carey Tobie, p58 AIS Bulletin #59 October 1935 Iris notes on Mrs. Thomas Nesmith's collection.
 

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