IB 30″ E Y4D
From Robert Wayman’s catalog for 1938: “Very early. Easily the best of the early flowering deep yellow, outclassing all others in the group. A large flower of fine form, delightful rich smooth deep yellow color and very free flowering.”
From AIS Bull. #57, Varietal Notes 1935, by Sherman R Duffy: “Golden Bow is richer and more glowing (than Crysoro) and with a remarkable heavy substance. A slight undertone of brown was detected by some observers which they believed gave it its richness of color. . . ”
HM 1936, AM 1938.
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