TB 36″ M-L
From Schreiner’s Iris Lover’s Catalog for 1971: “The form of this fine white and cream iris is flawless. Of equal value is the vigorous habit of plant and flower. Such desirable traits. The heavily substanced bloom reflects the finest in achievement in a most pleasant and harmonious variety.”
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1974: “Soft yellow standards, very full and waved, well held and almost closed at the top. The falls are milk white but heavily banded rich yellow and the undersides are solid yellow. Lovely form, with attractive ruffling.”
Parentage unknown. HM 1966, JC 1967, AM 1968, Dykes Medal 1971.
Notes: This is the only iris Kuntz ever introduced.
This photo nicely shows the bicolor beard and the form of ‘Debby Rairdon’, while the others better represent the bloom color.