TB M Y4M
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1944: “This is the oft mentioned yellow in the AIS Bulletins, a solidly colored chrome-yellow self that has invariably drawn praise from judges for three successive years. We hesitated to introduce it against the field of so many excellent new yellows but its performance last year was such that we couldn’t hold it down any longer. It is all yellow, deep and bright, without markings or blendings of any kind and the buds themselves are gobs of deep yellow paint. A good grower, fast increaser, and will make a glorious garden display. Large flowers, three feet tall, excellent branching.”
From Fairmount Iris Catalog 1946: “M. A solidly colored chrome yellow self that has been given high praise by many A. I. S. judges. It is a very bright deep yellow without marking or blending of any other color. The buds are especially on account of their intense coloring. Increases rapidly, and the large flowers are well spaced on stalks. H. M. A. I. S. 1941.
(Y sdlg #245 X Far West), HM 1945.
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