IB 24″ EM & Re Y4L
From National Iris Gardens catalog for 1940: “A most dependable citron yellow autumn bloomer, displaying a deeper orange beard.”
From Wittman’s Iris Gardens catalog for 1948: “A remarkably fine deep yellow with a deep orange beard. An improvement in the yellow fall bloomers.”
From Lloyd Austin’s Iris Color Guidebook for 1960: “Approaches an everbloomer; after blooming normally in the spring, gave me extremely heavy bloom last summer, blooming all thru Aug., with some fall bloom, too. Attractive light yellow self with deep yellow veins.”
((pumila x . . . ) X (Cardinal x Autumn King)).
Sangreal can also be written San Greal and translates as Holy Grail.