, R. 1980). Seedling 85-32-2. SDB, height 10" (25 cm), Early midseason bloom and rebloom. Standards light yellow, stippled and edged silvery lavender; falls pale yellow, darker yellow edge stippled very light silvery lavender; beards pale lavender; slight sweet fragrance. Seedling 82-23-11: ('Twink'
x 'Third Charm'
) X 'Muchacha'
. Rialto 1990. Honorable Mention 1994.
| From AIS Bulletin #277 April 1990 Introducing AURORALITA (Weiler 90) SDB 10" E-M & RE The first yellow ground plicata in SDB rebloomers of light yellow paling to near white in center of falls and light silver-lavender stippling mostly on standards. Reblooms September continuing several weeks until hard freezes. Fertile. Seedling 85-32-2: (Twink x Third Charm) X Muchacha. $10.00. Rialto Gardens.
| From Rialto Gardens catalog, 1990: AURORALITA (Weiler 90) SDB 10" E-M & RE. Finally, a yellow ground plicata in SDB rebloomers. This has a nice flower of light yellow paling to near white in the center of the falls. Very light silvery lavender stippling is more heavily marked on standards than falls. Starts blooming with first warm days in spring even beating MDB, continues through SDB season and then reblooms starting in September and continuing several weeks until hard freezes. Fertile both ways. A very fine addition to this strain of irises. $10.00
| From Adamgrove catalog, 1997: AURORALITA (Weiler, 90). Mr. Weiler is working all angles in his quest for reblooming dwarfs. Here, we have plicata pattern, albeit subtle, in light lavender splashed around the edges of light yellow blossoms. HM 94. [(Twink x Third Charm) X Muchacha).
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