■(TB) 'Master Charles'
( Mary Williamson
, R. 1943) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-R1D. BB2932 x unknown. Honorable Mention 1944; Award of Merit 1946; Award of Merit, RHS 1953.
| From Marble Iris Gardens catalog, 1957: MASTER CHARLES (Williamson 1943). M. 38 in. A rich glowing mulberry Iris with a definite charm and flare to the form. The standards are true purple with an overlaying black sheen blending to madder-brown at the base. The falls are rich purple overlaid velvety black blending to madder-brown at the haft. The beard is mulberry-purple tipped brown. Each 60c; 3 for $1.50
| From Walter Marx Gardens catalog 1957: MASTER CHARLES (Williamson 1943) Each .60; 3 for 1.50. Down in price by now, but class does not change. This is a truly refined iris of glowing mulberry purple, flaring and charming in form. A blackish sheen blending to brown at base and haft adds distinction. 36 inches. HM 1944, AM 1946.
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