Difference: TbTwentyGrand (r4 vs. r3)

(TB) 'Twenty Grand'

1952, Norton by Maxwell

'Twenty Grand' (Luke Norton, deceased, by Alexander Maxwell, R. 1952) TB, 37" (94 cm), Midseason bloom. Canary yellow, orchid, and tan-gold. 'Rainbow Room' X Chantilly'.

From Marble Iris Gardens catalog, 1957: TWENTY GRAND (Norton 1953). M. 36 in. A cross of Chantilly and Rainbow Room. The standards are tight and a glistening yellow with heavily crinkled edges. The falls are orchid in the center, with a broad tan-gold border, heavily crinkled edges of the same color. A bright orange beard sets off this well-branched Iris that makes it a "must" in every garden. Each $5.00

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