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(TB) 'Debut'

1946, Milliken

'Debut' (Carl S. Milliken, R. 1946) Midseason bloom. Color Class-S4M. ('Dixie Sunshine' x seedling involving 'W. R. Dykes'x 'Rubeo', 'Grace Sturtevant', 'Mauna Loa', 'Cheerio', 'Cameliard', 'Canopus'.

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From Milliken Iris Gardens catalog, 1948: DEBUT (Milliken) A large firm spreading flower (eight inches) of glistening translucent old gold blended on the falls with a light touch of laven1er which is most apparent down the middle of the falls. A bright golden beard helps light the center of the flower. A wonderful shading of colors makes this a most entrancing flower. 3 feet. $3.50.

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