, R. 1929) TB. Color Class-S7. 'Dejazet'
x 'Orange Queen'
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| From Carl Salbach catalog 1932: Gloaming (Murrell 1929). A very free blooming iris that makes a fine russet-red mass in the garden. The flowers, though smaller, are comparable to Bruno in color and form but more brilliant on account of the redgold beard. S. golden reddish-brown, shot with orange; F. garnet-red, very rich and velvety with gold reticulation at the haft. An early intermediate. 24 in. $5.00
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