TB ML S9D
From Oakhurst Gardens catalog for 1939: “A more golden King Tut with a finer finish. The most popular variety in my garden last season.”
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1941: “Here is a variegata blend of medium size to provide a brilliant mass of color in the garden. Standards deep gold, falls orange red, flaring.”
From National Iris Gardens 1941:”Very, very bright variegata with S. of deep gold and F. of bright orange red. Top half of the F. is gold, heavily veined rose yellow.”
From Marble Iris Gardens catalog for 1952: “A variegata blend with standards that are deep gold and falls of flaring orange-red. We like this Iris in a group or a clump as they have more garden effect than when planted alone or with other flowers in single lots.”
(King Tut X King Midas).