■(TB) 'Gold Burst'
R. 1979). Seedling# 4676R. TB, 35" (89 cm), Midseason bloom. Ruffled white with bright gold at haft, extending downfalls.; bright gold beard. Seedling# 7473A: (involving 'Golden Snow'
, 'Angel Bright'
, 'Denver Mint'
) X seedling# 3373A: (involving 'Angel Bright'
, 'Golden Snow'
, 'First Violet'
, 'Whole Cloth'
). Echo Hill 1980.
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| From AIS Bulletin #237 April 1980 Introducing GOLD BURST-Sdlg. 4676R: (involved parentage). A crisp, shimmering, pristine white flower distinguished by having a broad, gold haft. The fluffy, crimped white standards touch but never open. Stylearms are white. The snow white falls are ruffled and pleated, with the startling, eye-catching, gold hafts extending quite far down, making a delightful contrast. Matching gold beard. There has been an especially complimentary response from those who have seen it in the guest plantings in Tulsa. A vigorous grower. Remember, there's gold in this attention-getting iris. Mid, 35". HC 1979. $25.00. Echo Hills Garden.
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