■(TB) 'Dawn Crest'
, R. 1957). Seedling 57-9S. TB, 34" (86 cm), Midseason bloom. (Recorded Color Class-R4 used 39 chart, we correct to O4Y 1949 revision), Standards pink, falls yellow. 'Frances Kent'
X pink seedling Irisnoll 1960. Honorable Mention 1960. Award of Merit 1962.
| From Fleur De Lis Gardens catalog 1963: DAWN CREST (De Forest '60) M. 36 in. (Frances Kent x Apple Valley sib.). A new bitone from Kent lines, with rich apricot orange, pink flushed standards and lemon yellow gilt touched falls. Large and showy. A.M. 1962. 15.00.
| Cooley's Gardens 1965. Considered by the late Fred DeForest as one of his all time finest productions. Standards are bright orange-pink, three inches wide, and ruffled. Falls, yellowish ivory, measure a good three inches at the haft and are flaring. Up to nine flowers per 3-foot well branched stem. HM AIS, 1960; AM 1962.
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