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(TB) 'Star Of Este'

1974, Wellman

'Star Of Este' (Edgar Sellman, R. 1973). Seedling# D-9. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason bloom. Laced white self; pale lemon beard. 'Light And Lovely' X 'French Lace'. Rees Iris 1974.

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From AIS Bulletin #213 April 1974 Introducing STAR OF ESTE (Sellman). TB, 36", Midseason. (Light and Lovely X French Lace). Light and Lovely is proving to be a remarkable parent, and Star of Este is one of the proofs. It is a WHITE white, brilliant as the diamond for which it is named. A huge, lacy self, it has a lemon beard, closed standards, widely flaring falls, candelabra - type branching and great vigor of plant. Seedling D-9. Net $25.00. Rees Iris Garden.
 
 


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