, R. 1996). Seedling #AMD5494PlYVFth. MDB, 6" (15 cm). Early to late bloom. Standards light lemon yellow; style arms white, tipped yellow; falls creamy yellow, purple feather-like spot; beards whitish. Sibling to 'Bugsy'
. Adamgrove 1997.
| From Adamgrove catalog, 1997: TRIFLE (Hager, 96) Cream to ivory to pale yellow with a sultry, lightly feathered spot of reddish violet on each fall. Prolific display of blossoms. Not as strident as its pugnacious sibling, BUGSY, preferring instead a softer approach to early spring color. Place the small-statured plant somewhere that a TRIFLE won't be overlooked. Plan on being generous with it, because you'll have lots of TRIFLES in a short time. [Bugsy sib) $10.00
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 MDB's?
Please visit the: Dwarf Bearded Iris Society
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.