Fay, R. 1945 / I. 1946
Available - not endangered
TB 40″ M WW
From Fay Gardens catalog for 1948: “A white iris which is neither a warm nor a cold white but is as white as new snow. The beard is full and bright yellow, adding a great deal of life. This is the only color in the flower, as there are no haft markings. A study and well-branched stalk 40 inches tall holds the large, ruffled and flaring flowers well aloft. Mid-season; hardy and a fast increaser.”
From Wild’s of Missouri catalog for 1954: “M.L. 38 in. This Iris is just as pure in color as newly fallen snow. The flower is large and ruffled, with no venations. Just the full bright yellow beard that emphasizes the purity of the bloom. Well branched stalks.”
(Snow Flurry X Katherine Fay), HM 1946, AM 1948.