■(SIB) 'Careless Sally'
(Marty Schafer & Jan Sacks
, R. 1996). Seedling# 90-60-6. SIB, height 26" (66 cm), Midseason bloom and rebloom. Standards ground pearly white, pale reddish violet shading, blue violet veining; style arms pearly white, red violet wire edge, aqua blue (RHS 107B/C) veining, wide, ruffled and curled, held semi-upright; Falls washed reddish violet (83C), heavy veining and dappling at shoulders, large signal deep yellow to cream, speckled dark purple; ruffled. Seedling# S87-10-1: ('Mad Magenta'
) X 'Sailor's Fancy'
. Joe Pye Weed 1996. Honorable Mention 1999
; Award of Merit 2001
; Morgan Wood Medal 2003
| From AIS Bulletin #301 April 1996 Introducing CARELESS SALLY-SIBERIAN. Schafer/Sacks (Seedling No. S90-60-6), 26", M and RE. A palette of pastels-this iris is a blend of rose, blue and yellow. It is a large flower with very full, round and ruffled falls; pale, ruffled standards; and ornate, wide styles with large curls. The styles are held semi-upright which reveals the lovely yellow sunrise signals-enhancing the overall pastel effect. It is a strong grower with 3-4 buds per stalk and moderate repeat bloom. S87-10-1: (Mad Magenta x Percheron) X Sailor's Fancy. $30.00. Joe Pye Weed's Garden.
| From Joe Pye Weed catalog, 2014: CARELESS SALLY - '96, M & RE, 26". A palette of pastels blending rose, blue and yellow. Flowers have full, round and ruffled falls; pale, ruffled standards; ornate semi-upright styles with large curls; and lovely yellow sunrise signals. 3 to 4 buds per stalk and repeat bloom. Morgan-Wood Medal '03. $8.00.
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