(TB) 'Cloud Duet'
(Raymond G. Smith
, R. 1965). Seedling# D79ER. TB re, 29" (74 cm), Early bloom and rebloom. Color Class-W2V, Standards very pale purple (Nickerson 5P 8/5); falls white with plicata markings 5P 8/5 on shoulders. Rundlett seedling# E-18-R(seedling# Sass F-53-l x 'Lugano'
) X (Hall pink seedling x 'Gibson Girl'
). Smith 1967.
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| From AIS Bulletin #185 April 1967 Introducing CLOUD DUET. Beautifully ruffled almost snow white plicata with a brilliant sheen. Very light suffusion of pale purple overall. Pictured in January '66 Bulletin p. 64. HC '66. $30.00. R.G. Smith.
| "At the other end of the blue spectrum is one of his best creations to date: D 79 ER, a pale lavender blue plicata with the garden name of Cloud Duet. It has intense ruffling and so many other qualities for which we look in a modern iris. Although it was not in bloom at the time, a blue breeder bears mention because of its unusual blooming habits. It has three distinct flowering periods instead of two like most remontants. It might thus be called a triflora. It is a very vigorous descendant of MARTIE EVEREST." [Billy G. Skillman, “A Fall Garden Visit,” The Bulletin of the American Iris Society, No. 180 (January 1966): 65.]
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