(TB) 'Thelma Jean'
(Albert E. Peck
, R. 1939) TB. Early bloom. Color Class-B7M. Honorable Mention 1939.
From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1942:
THELMA JEAN (Peck 1939) E. M. A flaring well shaped flower of very distinctive coloring. The erect and cupped standards are clear petunia violet. The falls are broad and flaring of the same brilliant color with a slightly lighter sheen down the center. Beard orange. The brilliancy of coloring makes it an outstanding iris in the garden. H . M., A. I. S. 1939. Per. R. 86 1940. 36 in. $5.00
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