TB 35″ M S4M
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1948: “Smooth, metallic, light copper brown or pale tan, with a hint of lavender and gold as an undertone. The flowers are of faultless form – wide hafts, spreading falls and large, closed standards. The beard is brown. It is a color most difficult to describe but it has much more life and attraction than these coppery tans usually provide. The one seed pod from whence it came (Mexico X Tobacco Road) produced at least six of these interesting blends and we selected this and Voodoo as the best and most novel in color. Height 33 to 36″.
From Lloyd Austin’s Iris Color Guidebook 1963 “A revelation in lovely color harmonies, superb beautifully ruffled form. A light coppery brown, smooth and appealing.”