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(TB) ”Tis Morn'

1941, Milliken

''Tis Morn' (Carl S. Milliken, R. 1939) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y5M. Milliken 1941.

NOTE: Syn. Break O Day. Conflicting information between Bull. A.I.S. 85 (July 1942): 51 and 1949 Checklist: 58. 'Break O'Day' entry shows color class as S4L. However 'Break O'Day' is designated an unofficial and/or uncertain name.

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From Milliken Iris Gardens catalog, 1945: 'TIS MORN (Milliken) Excellent for cutting. The standards are clean pale yellow and the falls are softer yellow flushed with a haze of lavender and purple. A prominent golden beard is like a shaft of light in the center of the flower. The flower has beautifully rounded form with wide full standards and falls, and a remarkable substance that withstands all types of weather. Fragrant. Excellent for cutting. 3 feet. 50c, 3 for $1.2S.

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