TB 36″ L W4
From National Iris Gardens catalog for 1949: “Beautifully ruffled cream colored flowers of splendid substance.”
From Schreiner’s Iris Lover’s catalog for 1952: “A refreshing, cool lemon-cream self. The fluted blooms with wide petals and fine form have amazing substance withstanding all kinds of weather. Clarity of color and fine form rank it as one of the finest creams.
From Marble Iris Gardens catalog for 1952: “A very unusual cool cream self with a lemon tinge beautifully formed and delightfully ruffled. Although the flowers appear to be fragile its amazing substance withstands severe weather.”
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1954: “Large flowering cream self, slightly flushed with lemon. The wide flaring falls are slightly ruffled and the standards are nicely domed. Height 3 ft. Winner of the President’s Cup at the AIS meeting in Nashville in 1948.”
From Iris Test Gardens catalog for 1959: “The cool, crisp blooms of cream with a lemon tinge are beautifully formed and delightfully ruffled with broad domed standards and full flaring falls. Sturdy growth and good branching.”
From Syllmar Gardens catalog for 1960: “Cool crisp blooms of cream with lemon tinge. Beautifully formed and delightfully ruffled.”
(White Prince X Caroline Burr), HM 1946, AM 1948.
From Marble Iris Garden “36” A very unusual cool cream self with a lemon tinge beautifully formed and delightfully ruffled. Although the flowers appear to be fragile its amazing subsgance withstands very severe weather. Winner of the Presidents Cup in 1948.”