(TB) 'Pied Piper'
( Mrs. Edward Stahlman
, R. 1936) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y8L. fragrant. Fairmount 1937.
PIED PIPER (Stahlman 1937), a very attractive plicata which has distinct merit. Standards cream and powered cinnamon. Falls semi flaring, creamy white bordered cinnamon. Deep yellow beard. Well branched stems. 40". [G. L. Pilkington, "Iris Notes", A.I.S. Bulletin 74
(July 1939): 36.
From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1938: PIED PIPER (Stahlman 1937) A large buff plicata with tall four branched stalks. The graceful well domed standards have a cream background washed and powdered cinnamon-buff. The semi-flaring falls are creamv white, lightly bordered with cinnamon-buff. Styles yellow and buff, rich yellow beard. An extremely attractive and valuable addition to the plicata group. 40 in. $7.50
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