TB M R7D
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1937: “Glowing blood red, the standards suffused with bronze and rose. A pollen child of Burning Bronze which Dr. Kleinsorge used in hybridizing long before its introduction. In Rebellion we have a flower of faultless form and habit, vivid coloring, substance which sheds water like a ducks back. Easily worth twice the price, but in an Iris world where reds and near reds are crowding each other for attention, we introduce this at .. $10.00 each”
From National Iris Gardens catalog for 1943: “Glowing dull crimson, blended bronze.”
From Long’s Gardens catalog for 1947: “Giant bronze-red-rose.”
(Yakima X Burning Bronze).
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