(TB) 'New Braunfels'
, R. 1972). TB, 30" (76 cm), Late midseason bloom and rebloom. White with light yellow haft and beard. 'First Snowfall'
X 'Crystal Canyon'
. Denman 1972.
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| From AIS Bulletin #204 January 1972 Introducing NEW BRAUNFELS (Denman '72). TB. 27". ML and Re. Large white with light yellow hafts (RHS 7-D). Beard is yellow (RHS 13-A). Standards slightly open. Falls flaring, 3-1/2" wide and somewhat narrowing at base of the hafts. The bloom is seven inches in diameter. Plant is vigorous and a good increaser. Stems are somewhat shorter in hot weather. Branching and bud count are fair. Blooms in spring and reblooms October to December. No pollen but sets seed. FIRST SNOWFALL X CRYSTAL CANYON. $20.00. (Named in honor of the enthusiastic members of the Iris Society of New Braunfels, Texas, and especially James R. Allen, the hybridizer of its pollen parent.) Denman's Reblooming Iris Garden.
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