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(TB) 'Lunar Light'

1970, Reynolds

'Lunar Light' (Helen Reynolds, R. 1970). Seedling# 116-68. TB, 38" (97 cm), Midseason to late bloom. Very pale lemon self; lemon beard. Seedling# 125-63: (from line of Sass seedlings) X 'La Linda'. El Dorado 1970.

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From AIS Bulletin #197 April 1970 Introducing LUNAR LIGHT (125-68 X La Linda). 38". M-L. Huge pale recessive lemon of very heavy substance. Closed standards. Wide, ruffled, flaring falls. The strong, well-branched stems hold the heavy flowers upright, even in our Kansas winds. Not a sunny yellow, but the cold yellow of the moon. Exceptionally good quality and a very refined flower in spite of its huge size. $30.00. El Dorado Iris.

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