IB M Re Y4D
Deep yellow self. From National Iris Gardens 1938: “Very clear lemon-chrome yellow which excels all other early blooming yellows, as well as being a fairly reliable rebloomer. H.M. Award winner Low branched.
From Jardin des Iris catalog for 1943: “Large flowers of clear yellow which appear to be sprinkled with diamond dust. This excellent variety resembles Sangreal in its habit of growth and blossoming, but is of a different shade of yellow; therefore both varieties may be planted without danger of duplication. One of the best.”
From Wayman 1940″ 24″ A sensational new dep golden yellow variety with large flowers of fine form and heavy substance on well branching stalks.”
(pumila X (King Tut x . . . ), HM 1936, AM 1939.
Comment: “One of my favorites. Always one of the first to bloom, and never disappoints. Yellow has darker veins, and is very deep in color.” – Laetitia, NJ