(TB) 'Golden Glory'
(H. S. Jackson
, 1927) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class Y4L. 'Afterglow'
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| From Iris Fields catalog, 1927: GOLDEN GLORY (H. S. Jackson, No. 21). An Afterglow x Shekinah seedling. Honorable Mention by American Iris Society, Lafayette, Ind., June 4, 1926. A yellow self, stalk stiff, well branched, 36-40 inches high with 7-11 bloom buds. Standards broadly obovate, domed, wavy at margin and of great substance, pinard yellow deepening to lemon chrome at base. Falls well rounded, straight hanging with some tendency to be laterally reflexed when old, baryta yellow deepening to pinard yellow at base with indistinct buckthorn brown reticulation at haft. Beard light cadmium to cadmium yellow at base. Style branches lemon chrome. The general effect is a sturdy tall yellow of excellent form, deeper in color and superior to Shekinah with the foliage and vigor of Afterglow. Stock very limited. 25.00.
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