M 40″ From National Iris Catalog 1948 “A gleaming creamy white iris with a heart of gold. Ruffled closed standards and broad falls with enamel like finish.” .75
AIS AM 1942 HM 1941.
From Cooley’s Iris catalog 1951 “Here is one of the most beautiful and best iris originated by this famous raiser of notable seedlings. A huge white and gold flower of perfect form, with ruffled by closed standards and broad falls that are as smooth as white enamel. Ther is an area of bright yellow throughout the center of the flower and the standards have a creamy tint. Established plants will produce spikes of 4 feet and over in height, with as many as 6 open foamy flowers at one time.”