TB 48″ E R4L
From Stevens Bros. catalog for 1952-53: “A large softly frilled and flared flower of an unusual shade of dusty pink, overlaid with tan. Warm and rich, and the lovely form and carriage of the large flower are the traits of a finished product. Amongst the first of the season to open its flowers, and very free flowering.”
(sdlg X Polynesia).
Jean Stevens’ irises were registered under the name W.R. Stevens during this era.