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■(TB) 'Coralie'

1932, Ayers

'Coralie' (Dr. Wylie McLean Ayres, R. 1932) TB, Midseason bloom. Color Class-S7L Light red-toned to pink squalens or blend). ((Ayres seedling #1: red seedling) x (Ayres seedling #2('Loute' x Iris mesopotamica))) X ('Dauntless'). Honorable Mention 1932; American Dykes Medal 1933.

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From Maple Valley Iris Garden catalog, 1937: CORALIE (Ayres 1932) M. 38 in. With broad standards of clear rose pink flushed lustrous mauve, and falls of glowing wine red, this glamorous beauty attracts all visitors. H. M. 1932. Dykes Medal 1933. $5.00.
Coralie: (Ayres). Saw this in a group with about twenty stalks, stood out above all other in color and brilliance. First time I have felt it worthy of Dykes medal. Belsley, Ray J., Varietal Comments. Bulletin of the American Iris Society, 74 (July 1939), 16.

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-- KentPfeiffer - 2010-05-14
  • From Quality Gardens Catalog, 1936: CORALIE (Ayres 1932) M. 38”. The loveliest color we have seen in an iris. The broad standards are rose-pink flushed lavender, the falls a glowing shade of wine red. The pure golden beard enhances the beauty and adds to the dazzling effects of this fine variety. $7.00 H.M. A.I.S. 1932. Dykes Medal, 1933. -- EdenSprings - 20 Jul 2021
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Coralie11.JPGJPG Coralie11.JPG manage 87 K 14 Aug 2021 - 01:32 TerryLaurin Photo by Mary Hess-Bluebird Haven Iris Garden
Coralie12BHI.jpgjpg Coralie12BHI.jpg manage 55 K 15 Apr 2012 - 22:46 BetsyHiggins Photo by Mary Hess-Bluebird Haven Iris Garden
coralie01.JPGJPG coralie01.JPG manage 75 K 25 Sep 2015 - 19:58 TerryLaurin Photo by Pat Canter
coralie02.JPGJPG coralie02.JPG manage 55 K 28 Sep 2015 - 01:49 TerryLaurin Photo by Pat Canter
coralie03.JPGJPG coralie03.JPG manage 72 K 01 Oct 2015 - 15:21 TerryLaurin Photo by Pat Canter
coralie1-20.jpgjpg coralie1-20.jpg manage 284 K 16 Nov 2020 - 07:40 Main.mikeu Photo by Mike Unser
coralie1.JPGJPG coralie1.JPG manage 507 K 07 May 2018 - 22:47 TerryLaurin Photo by Nancy McDonald-The Pickle Barrel Collection.
coralie2-20.jpgjpg coralie2-20.jpg manage 390 K 16 Nov 2020 - 07:41 Main.mikeu Photo by Mike Unser
coralie2.JPGJPG coralie2.JPG manage 144 K 10 Jun 2020 - 21:34 TerryLaurin Photo by Nancy McDonald-The Pickle Barrel Collection.
coralie3.JPGJPG coralie3.JPG manage 139 K 10 Jun 2020 - 21:34 TerryLaurin Photo by Nancy McDonald-The Pickle Barrel Collection.
coralieIC.jpgjpg coralieIC.jpg manage 17 K 12 Dec 2011 - 22:54 BetsyHiggins Photo by Iris City Gardens
coralie_Mike_Lowe.jpgjpg coralie_Mike_Lowe.jpg manage 40 K 24 Aug 2010 - 19:13 BobPries Photo from Mike Lowe's original HIPS site
Topic revision: r27 - 14 Aug 2021, TerryLaurin
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