( Ron Betzer
, R. 2013) Seedling 05-49-4. LA, 29 (74 cm), Early to midseason bloom. Standards light yellow, slight claret streak through middle, lightly feathered edges; style arms claret, some yellow on edges; Falls yellow, rusty-red veining and sometimes a rusty-red wash, claret rim and serrated edge, yellow blotch overlaid light green steeple signal. 'Shining Times'
X 'Our Dorothy'
. Iris City 2014. Honorable Mention 2017
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| From Iris City Gardens catalog 2016: ROOSTER (Betzer 2014) 29" E-M. 12.00. Light yellow standards with a slight claret streak thru the middle and lightly feathered edges. Style arms are claret with some yellow shading. Falls are yellow with rusty red veining and sometimes a full rusty red wash which seems to be dependent on the soil and climate of the season (all flowers on a plant are consistent over the bloom season). Very attractive in all its variations. Serrated claret edges and a yellow blotch overlaid with a light green steeple signal.
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