■(LA) 'N'Orleans Flambeaux'
( Rusty McSparrin
, R. 2013) Seedling C2-2. LA, 32-34 (8214 cm), Midseason to late bloom. Standards yellow (RHS 13A), brushed and veined grey-red (181C); style arms yellow, brushed grey-red; Falls same as standards, long yellow-orange signal extending almost to end; flaring. 'Chacahoula Fire'
X 'Bayou Tiger'
. Bois d'Arc 2016.
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| From Bois D’Arc Gardens catalog 2018: N'Orleans Flambeaux (McSparrin, R.) R.2013. 32-34". The name of this glowing yellow orange iris is derived from the tourches that are carried in night time parades in New Orleans. Standards and falls are yellow brushed with and veined dark orange, standards have a long yellow orange signal and a slight edge of yellow. Styles arms are yellow brushed orange red. Chacahoula Fire X Bayou Tiger. $30.00.
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