, R. 1966). Seedling# 64-25. TB, 39" (99 cm), Midseason bloom. Deep lavender self. 'Arctic Flame'
X 'Celestial Snow'
. Rees 1969. Highly Commended 1966.
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| From AIS Bulletin #193 April 1969 Introducing WALTZING (Clara B. Rees). TB. 3,9". Midseason. (Arctic Flame X Celestial Snow). There are many lavender irises, but this clear, deep lavender self is set apart by that indefinable quality known as personality. Big, crisply ruffled blossoms have closed standards and broad flaring falls. Beard lavender shading to white. Three branches and terminal. Fertile both ways. Altogether lovely and much admired in our garden. This iris would have been introduced earlier, but a garden mistake cost us most of the stock. Stock still limited, one to a customer. HC '66. $25.00. Rees Iris Garden.
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