Goos & Koenemann, 1910 Germany
Iris Class:
Bearded Class:
Tall Bearded
Fall Color:
Standard Color:
Beard Color:
Lemon/Light Yellow
Goos & Koenemann
Available - not endangered

Full Description

TB 36″ M R1L

From The Wing Seed Co. catalog for 1920: “New. Cattaleya-mauve in various shades from a tinted white in style arms and base of falls to the deeper coloring at the tips of divisions, giving a lovely effect of shading. All divisions very broad and full, standards ruffled. Flower of beautiful form and large size. Vigorous plant. Three feet.”

From GG Whitelegg & Co “Lohengrin.-.-A  strong growing Pallida of great beauty. with self coloured flowers of a delightful shade of Cattleya-rose. One of the best and freest flowering varieties.AM. R.H.S …….”

From Longfield Iris Farm 1925 “Standards and falls uniformly colored a soft cattleya rose. Beard orange. Three feet.  Good grower and free bloomer but with flowers too crowded at top of stalk.”  .35

From Bonnewitz Irises catalog for 1926: “A superb widely expanded, thick petaled flower of rich silvery lilac, which shows a delightful pink tone in the early hours of the morning, and also after about five o’clock in the afternoon.”

From Treholme Gardens catalog for 1928: “S. pure light aniline-blue; F. bright pale violet; a conspicuous light orange beard. A silvery pink effect. A beautiful Pallida, vigorous but not free flowering some seasons.”

From Indian Springs Farms catalog for 1931: “S. light mauve; F. Chinese violet; both somewhat ruffled. 3ft.”

From Storrs & Harrison Co, Painesville Ohio, Painesville Nurseries, 1921 ” One of the choicest of the Pallida Flowers very large and refined, uniformly colored a soft shade of Cattleya rose, ecept for a weakening to almost white at the claws. ”

AM RHS 1915 & 1916.