■(TB) 'Copper Frills'
(Mrs. C. Whiting
, R. 1940). Seedling# 3946. TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R4L. Strong fragrance. 'Golden Light'
. Maple Valley 1941.
| From Maple Valley Gardens catalog, 1949: COPPER FRILLS (W. 1941) No. 3946 (GOLDEN LIGHT X LUX) Midseason, 34 inches. Crisply ruffled, rosy copper self--well named. A border iris, rich in color, good for massing. Flowers rather small but well proportioned to the well branched stalk. Nice for cutting. Appreciated more each year. 50c. 3 for $1.00.
| COPPER FRILLS (3946 GOLDEN LIGHT X LUX). Copper rose self of very ruffled form and medium size. A fresh and lovely garden subject, very prolific and free flowering. 36 inches. [Notes from Midwest Breeders, A.I.S. Bulletin 84:54 Jan. 1942.]
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