(TB) 'Pastel Prismatic'
(Mrs. F. Allen (Frances) Brown
, R. 1972). Seedling #68-125. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason thru late bloom. Standards shade darker than falls; falls pastel blend of pink, orchid, cream and chartreuse, ruffled; pastel chartreuse beard. 'After Image'
x 'Jan Elizabeth'
). Landsend 1972.
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| From AIS Bulletin #205 April 1972 Introducing PASTEL PRISMATIC. TB. 36". M-L. (Sdlg. 68-125). An iridescent, misty, delicate pastel blending of pink orchid, cream and chartreuse. Remindful of prismatic colors into which a ray of light is decomposed when refracted from a prism, showing varicolored tints. The closed standards are a shade darker than the falls. Falls flare gracefully on well-branched strong stems, with high bud count. Strong grower. The beard is a delicate chartreuse. There is also a suffusion of this color in the throat and hafts. The entire flower is of pleasant ruffled form. Won Exhibition Certificate by the AIS at Radford Iris show May 1971. (After Image x Sib) X (Limelight X Jan Elizabeth). Net $30.00. Landsend Gardens.
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