(TB) 'Full Sail by Wareham'
, R. 1939) TB. Late midseason bloom. Color Class W1. Seedlings from 'Dominion'
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| FULL SAIL (Wareham 1942) M. With all sails set to catch the breeze this sturdy iris is ready to greet you in our garden. The standards are arched and firmly held, of white with just the slightest infusion of pinkish lavender as if flushed with the first faint glow of dawn. The white falls are very broad at the haft and semi-flaring, with a blue flush under the tip of the yellow beard. The large flowers have excellent substance and the stalks are exceptionally well branched and rise well above the broad foliage that remains very decorative throughout the season. Three branches and terminal. 39 in. $10.00. [Fairmount Gardens Catalog. Summer 1942, Spring 1943, Lowell, Massachusetts]
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