■(MTB) 'Charmante Demoiselle'

2019, Tasquier

'Charmante Demoiselle' (Loïc Tasquier, R. 2018). Seedling G566A. MTB, tetraploid, 23.5" (60 cm). Early midseason bloom. Standards and style arms light pink; falls pale pink; beards salmon orange. 'Mon Prince' X seedling E577A: ('Lenora Pearl' x 'Midsummer's Eve') x 'Priceless'). Les iris de Loïc Tasquier 2019.

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See: IRIS et BULBEUSES n°168, 2018, p. 42.

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CHARMANTEDEMOISELLE1.jpgjpg CHARMANTEDEMOISELLE1.jpg manage 201 K 01 Jan 2022 - 14:26 Main.TLaurin Photo by Hugh Stout of Stout Gardens at Dancingtree.
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