JI 32″ ML 6-F
From Melrose Gardens catalog for 1967: “If you have a discerning eye you will immediately notice the salient features of this uncommonly beautiful iris. The color, of course will be the first to be noted; a full flower ecstasy of mallow pink with small yellow signals and lilac pink styles. The well composed flowers have petals of such width that all six overlap entirely leaving no empty spaces or holes in the flower. The edges of the petals undulate in billowy furbelows and yet the flowers never relinquish their nearly horizontal pose. The plant is comparatively small and the stems strong around 30″ in height.”
(sdlg X Geisha Gown), HC 1966, HM 1968, JC 1968.