TB 30″ M Y4L
From the Glen Road catalog for 1924: “A soft yellow, the falls lighter in effect, the slender stalk very well and widely branched. The flowers are not large, but there are many of them and they are delightfully poised. As individual flowers they do not reach a high standard but in an established clump they add greatly to the garden picture particularly if light in tint. I agree thoroughly with Mrs. McKinney as to the value of a ‘bantam’ class in the garden.”
From AIS Bulletin #12: “Pinard yellow, the falls lighter, haft reticulated lemon chrome at base; beard conspicuous, orange; stalk well and widely branched; growth slender, but rampant. 30 in. S. arched, F. flaring; free-flowering and fragrant. Of only fair size but clear in color and introduced for the garden effect.”
((Dalmatica x Prestige) X Sherbert).