■(TB) 'Brass Accents'
, R. 1958). Seedling# L-312-A. TB, 38" (97 cm), Midseason bloom. Bright brown self, hafts more intense. ('Copper Medallion'
x 'Argus Pheasant'
) x 'Inca Chief'
. Schreiner 1959. Honorable Mention 1959
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| From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1963: BRASS ACCENTS (Schreiner '59) M-40". Carrying an enviable heritage of fine browns this sets a new high among beautiful browns. Magnificent golden coffee-brown of very large size with stiff, almost horizontal, falls. Slight blue signal at end of gold beard. Plenty of height & good branching for back-ground planting. Pollen profuse. HM'59; AM'61. (Argus Pheasant x Copper Medallion) X Inca Chief). Regularly $7.50; on $10 order $4.50; on $25 order $2.95; 3 for $8.80.
| From Fleur De Lis Gardens catalog 1963: BRASS ACCENTS (Schr.'59) M. 40 in. (Copper Medallion x A. Pheasant) x Inca Chief. Another of the new blends, this is extra large and of a most unusual color. Almost a green-brown, it is actually a smoofh blend of coffee-brown and saffron or green gold. A.M. 1961. 7.50.
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