■(TB) 'Gold Smoke'
, R. 1950). TB, 34" (86 cm), Late midseason bloom. Color Class-Ys1, Smoky-yellow self. 'Anita Catherine'
x unknown. Longfield 1952.
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| From Longfield Iris Farm catalog, 1952: GOLD SMOKE (Clarke No. A 4911) (Anita Catherine (Purissima X Mohrson) X ? ) A lustrous smoky gold or gold russet with suffusion of soft lavender below a brownish tan, broad beard. It is almost a self with excellent substance and slightly ruffled petals. The flowers are large, perfectly proportioned, with broad standards and falls. The well branched flower stalks are 34 inches tall. $15.00.
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