*
  

You are here: Iris Wiki>Bb Web>BorderBearded>BbPepperpot (24 Jun 2019, Betsy881)Edit Attach

(BB) 'Pepperpot'

1953, Whiting

'Pepperpot' ( Mrs. C. Whiting, R. 1953). Seedling #5-30. BB 24" (61 cm). Midseason late bloom. Reddish-orange self, burnt-orange overlay at haft. Pepper red (M&P) between oxblood and dark brick red (Wilson), Morocco red (Ridgway). 'Technicolor' X 'Lodestone'. Maple Valley 1954. High Commendation 1951.

Note: Originally registered TB. See TB 'Pepperpot'.

See below:
Error: no images found

References:

From Maple Valley Gardens catalog, 1954: PEPPERPOT, No. 5030 (TECHNICOLOR X LODESTONE). Late, 25 inches, Pepper red (Dictionary of Color), with lacquered finish. There is no plate in the Wilson color chart to match it, but oxblood red heavily infused with brick red gives an idea of its intensity. Neither large nor tall, it is still the first choice of many visitors. H. C. 1951.
From Fleur De Lis Gardens catalog 1951: PEPPERPOT (Whiting 1954) M. 25 to 30 in.(Technicolor x Lodestone). This is probably the brightest of the Whiting introductions. Pepper red by the dictionary of color, it always reminds us of the rose known as Austrian Copper. A brilliant copper red. It is neither large nor tall, but is one of the brightest iris we have seen. It should be a superb parent for color and we are looking forward to a number of seedlings from it this season as we crossed it on a number of our own reds such as Manana, Defiance, Great Day, Moulin Rouge, etc. H. C. 1951. 10.00.
 
 


Error: no images found


*Please do not enter images that are not your own without owners' permission, this is against Wiki policy*

"Although the Encyclopedia is free to all, it is supported by Emembership in AIS, If you would like to help sustain this reference, for $15 you can become an Emember, click here."

Interested in Border Beardeds? Please visit the: Median Iris Society website.

To Report errors do not use comment box but contact the Iris Encyclopedia Photo Manager or Iris Encyclopedia Manager Comment box is reserved for added information about the topic.

Your Observations Are Valued. Please make note of bud count, branching, purple based foliage and bloom time, etc. Because these are affected by climate, note date, year and geographic location and write these and other comments in the comment box below.


 

-- BetsyHiggins - 2010-04-03
Topic revision: r11 - 24 Jun 2019, Betsy881
This site is powered by FoswikiCopyright © by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding Iris Wiki? Send feedback