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(IB) 'Bonnie Lass'

1939, Douglas

'Bonnie Lass' ( Geddes Douglas, R. 1939) IB. Very late bloom. Color Code-Y7M. 'Francesca' x ( 'Purissima' x unknown).

Also listed in the following nursery catalogs: Fairmount 1946

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BONNIE LASS (G. Douglas 1940) L. A festive flower of warm apricot and gold coloring. The standards are highly domed and firmly held together. The falls are arched and pendant with rich copper markings at the throat. Beard rich orange. The firm textured flowers are dusted with particles of gold that sparkle in the sunlight. Wide and low branching. Especially desirable for border planting. H. M., A. I. S. 1940. R. 87 1941. 26 in. $3.00. [Mrs. Thomas Nesmith, Fairmount Gardens Catalog, Lowell, Massachusetts, A Selected List of Tall Bearded Iris. Summer 1942-Spring 1943].

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