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(TB) 'Rose Bowl'

1942, Milliken

'Rose Bowl' (Carl S. Milliken, R. 1942) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-S1M. ('Dauntless' x 'Easter Morn') x 'China Maid'.

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From Milliken Iris Gardens catalog, 1945: ROSE BOWL (Milliken) This is fast becoming one of the most popular of our irises. A clump of it is brilliant. Deeper in color than China Maid but not so pink, with its golden bronze center, it is warmer in color. Very vigorous and blooms freely. 4 feet. $1.50. 3 for $4.00, 12 for $15.00.
_From Western Iris Gardens catalog, 1948: ROSE BOWL (Milliken, 1942). M. 36". Deep lilac with a pink cast, almost self color. Golden haft and beard enhance rosy brown effect. Increasingly popular from year to year. $1.00.

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Topic revision: r7 - 07 Feb 2018, BetsyHiggins
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