(TB) 'Pink Tower'
( Tell Muhlestein
, R. 1947) TB. Midseason to late bloom. Color Class-R4L. 'Golden Eagle'
x Loomis 'SQ 72'
| From Tell’s Iris Garden catalog, 1948: PINK TOWER (Muhlestein) (Golden Eagle x Dr. Loomis SQ72) This is the largest pink iris I have bred to date. It is well branched, about 40 inches tall and the flowers are a clean pale pink self. It is deeper than its parent SQ72 with better form. The falls are wide and downhanging, with a tangerine beard. Very vigorous. Certificate of Commendation 1947. $20.00.
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