TB 30″ MLa W7
From Schreiner’s Iris Lover’s catalog for 1929: “C.E. Stringer and Kalos are a new type – white overlaid by a pink cloudiness. Trostringer is an improved C.E. Stringer.”
From Quality Gardens catalog for 1931: “The flower is a lovely tone of soft delicate pink; a self of fine texture. The haft has a soft golden sheen and the beard is bright yellow. The flowers are of good size and beautifully frilled.”
From Indian Spring Farms catalog for 1931: “Large, of delicate light pink effect. Ground, white suffused rose.”
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1932: “A few years ago the Sass’s gave us this lovely apple blossom pink – a pink so pale and delicate that it is almost a tinted white. It still stands as one of the really excellent things in fine iris.”
From Robert Wayman’s Iris Catalog 1932: “The lightest pink toned Iris; might be termed a white delicately flushed pale pink. Very popular pink.”
From The Pfeiffer Nursery catalog for 1933: “Large, delicately rose flushed flower of exceptional substance.”
(Her Majesty X . . . ).