■(TB) 'Alice Lemen'
, R. 1956). Seedling 51-61-3. TB, 31" (79 cm), Midseason bloom.. Color Class-Y4, Bicolor, Standards empire yellow (Wilson 603-1), Falls white, hafts empire yellow 603. ('Gold Ruffles'
) X 'Twenty Grand'
. Eden Road 1957.
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| From Iris Test Garden catalog, 1958: ALICE LEMEN. Plough 1956. This Iris has heavy crimped and fluted edges. The falls are white with clean hafts of Empire yellow. The nicely closed standards are Empire yellow. Beard is bright yellow. A grand thing. $20.00.
| From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1963: ALICE LEMEN (Plough '57) M-33" An eye-catcher with heavily crinkled & very lacy flowers. Standards nicely closed, of Empire yellow; falls white with yellow hafts. Fertile both ways. JC'60 & '61 (Gold Ruffles x Cherie) X Twenty Grand). Regularly $5.00; on $10 order $3.50; on $25 order $2.75; 3 for $7.85.
| ALICE LEMEN - Closed standards are yellow; falls are white with yellow hafts. All edges of petals are crimped and fluted. Very floriferous; we usually have two or three bloom stalks on one-year plants. [Hildenbrandt, Lester (1965). Irises for a Beginner, American Iris Society Bulletin, 177 (April 1965), 27.]
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