(TB) 'Golden Flash'
, R. 1954). Seedling# N2-9. TB, 39" (99 cm), Midseason to very late bloom. Color Class-Y1M, Golden-yellow self, tangerine beard. 'Midwest Gem'
. Noyd, Tell 1955.
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| From Tell’s Iris Garden catalog, 1955: GOLDEN FLASH (Mrs. Walter E. Noyd). E-M. (Midwest Gem x Heritage) Rich yellow with a bright tangerine beard. Semi-flaring falls. Standards cupped. Very good substance. This cannot miss as a breeder for pinks, salmons, yellows and by-products of pinks as well as ruffling. Height 32 inches. No. N 2-9. $15.00
| From Fleur De Lis Gardens catalog 1956: GOLDEN FLASH (Noyd 1955) EM. 32 in. (Midwest Gem x Heritage). A rich, deep yellow with a bright red beard. The flowers are large and well formed with broad domed standards and wide, semi-flaring falls. Substance is heavy and the finish is sleek and satiny. Should be a fine parent for almost any color as well as for lacy edged flowers. 10.00.
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