TB 40″ L S4M
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1935: “A seedling of Euphony, with the distinctive form and size of that lovely ruffled variety. The difference lies in the rich orange-cinnamon color of this new variety – something new in the tan group. Very bright and of wonderful carrying quality. 40 inches.”
From Quality Iris Gardens Catalog 1938 “M. 38″. A vivid cinnamon colored blend with a faint pink suffusion flushed deep orange
at the center of the heart ; the flower is large and ruffled and makes a brilliant note of color in the garden. $1.50 .”
From Iris City Gardens catalog for 1940: “Another striking Sass introduction, with beautifully ruffled cinnamon colored flowers, flushed deep yellow at the center.”
From DeForest’s Irisnoll catalog for 1940: “Ruffled blend of apricot yellow and cinnamon, faintly suffused pink and orange. 38 inches.”
From National Iris Gardens 1943 “A golden bronze blend”.
(Euphony X . . . ), HM 1936.