R. 1968). Seedling 965D. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class GY4Wcm, Standards greenish yellow (RHS 160B); Falls white with border same as Standards; ruffled; greenish yellow beard. Seedling 4460A: (('Butterfly Blue'
x 1353G ((Faught White x 'Spanish Peaks'
) x sibling))) X 'Jungle Fires'
. Echo Hill Gardens 1970. Honorable Mention 1973.
| From AIS Bulletin #197 April 1970 Introducing ABSTRACTION (Sdlg. 965D). A fascinating, beautifully formed flower from red, white and blue breeding. The fluted conic standards are greenish buff yellow (R.H.S. 160 B.) The ruffled, flaring falls, bordered the color of the standards, have a lavender flush which varies in intensity, depending on the area where grown. A most interesting crisp iris. Midseason 36" HC 1967. Net $25.00. Echo Hill Gardens.
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