(SDB) 'Amber Shadow'
, R. 1965). Seedling 64R11. SDB, 12" (30 cm), Standards flesh-color pink; falls same with deeper beige-pink spot and lighter border; white beard with orange tip. Sibling to 'Lenna M'
X Zichler "Pink Maker" ('Twilight Sky'
x white pumila) x ( 'Desert Song'
x white pumila). Roberts 1965.
( Earl Roberts
, SDB, R. 1965). Roberts 1971. [1979 Iris Checklist, page 6]
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| Awaiting original catalog description.
| The second to be registered was AMBER SHADOW, 12 inches tall, in a pale flesh-pink tone with a deep beige spot and wide border, beard white tipped orange, carrying the widest petals of all. Being slower of increase, it will probably not be introduced until 1968. AMBER SHADOW was named by our horse-loving friend, Jim Crist of Franklin. [Earl R. Roberts, âA New Color Class in Medians,â The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 184 (January 1967): 48.]
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