TB M S7L
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1937: “A blend of pink and red that approaches raspberry in color effect, with a dazzling note added in the bright golden beard. With this fine variety Dr. Ayres has scored honors again, for Coralie was awarded an HM by AIS in 1932 and in 1933 was given the Dykes Medal. Such recognition stamps it as a certain leader for many seasons to come. Very limited stock.”
From Quality Gardens 1938 ” M . 38″. The loveliest color we have seen in an iris. The broad standards are rose-pink flushed lavender, the falls a glowing shade of wine red. The pure golden beard enhances the beauty and adds to the dazzling effect of this fine variety. $2.00 H.M, A.I.S., 1932. Dykes M edal, 1933.”
(R. Seedlg.) X (Loute X mesopotamica) X (Dauntless), HM 1932, Dykes Medal 1933.