, R. 1957). TB, 38" (97 cm). Late midseason bloom. Color Class Y1L, Cream, light yellow at haft. ((Loomis seedling# 'SQ-72'
x 'Midwest Gem'
) x 'Ruffled Bouquet'
) x Hall's seedling# 42-10. Rees 1957.
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| From AIS Bulletin #145, April 1957 Introducing IRISTOCRAT ((Pike's Peak Pink x Midwest Gem) x Ruffled Bouquet) X Hall's 42-10). Late. 36 inches. This is the serene, cream, aristocrat so much admired by late-season visitors to our garden the last two years. It is an enamel smooth cream self, brushed light yellow at the hafts, with a bright yellow beard. The individual blooms, with a six inch spread each way, have great poise. IRISTOCRAT is hard to describe because it has that elusive quality-personality. The parentage indicates fine breeding possibilities. Stock limited, one to a customer. $20.00. Rees Iris Garden.
| IRISTOCRAT (Rees '57) L. 36 in. (Loomis pink x Midwest Gem) x (Ruffled Bouquet x Hall 42-10). An enamel smooth flower of rich cream with a touch of lemon at the throat. Very broad and heavily ruffled...$ 4.00. [Fleur De Lis Gardens, Canby, Oregon, Catalog, 1963]
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