■(TB) 'Easter Glory'
, R. 1968). Seedling 65-40-A. TB, height 36" (91 cm), Midseason to late bloom. Color Class-Y4RVL, standards bright yellow; falls light orchid with deeper flush; bright yellow halo around bright yellow beard. 'Siam'
X Cook yellow and blue seedling. (Cook seedling 10260 x Cook seedling 8159). Avonbank 1970.
| From AIS Bulletin #193 April 1969 Introducing EASTER GLORY Sdlg. 65-40-A. ML. This non-remontant combines brilliant golden yellow standards with orchid falls, the latter more intense at the borders and in the centre. The bright golden beard is surrounded by a bright yellow halo. Wonderful form, substance, color, stem, and long-lasting. Fertile. (Siam X Cook seedling). $35. Avonbank Iris Gardens.
| From AIS Bulletin #197 April 1970 Introducing EASTER GLORY HC. '69. Inadvertently listed as introduced last year, this brilliant bicolor is most exciting. S. bright golden yellow. F. light orchid blue, more intense in the center and at the border. There is a large golden halo around the bright golden beard. Wonderful form, substance, color, stem and 1ong-lasting. (SIAM X Paul Cook sdlgJ Most popular seedling at Region 4 Convention in Baltimore on both judges' and popular ballot. (sdlg. 65-4D-A) Fertile both ways. Non-remontant. $35.00. Avonbank Iris Gardens.
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