TB 36″ M S7L
From DeForest’s Irisnoll catalog for 1947: “A rose-pink that fades to pink. Attractive to the last. Strong grower.”
From National Iris Gardens catalog for 1948: “A charming roseate iris so smoothly blended as to give the appearance of a self. The nicely formed flowers of copper-pink grow on vigorous plants. A wealth of bloom throughout the season.”
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1949: “A blend of rose and pale gold, well on the way to true pink. It is a seedling of Matula crossed with China Maid. The color is strong and warm enough to be seen across the garden and yet clear and delicate as a rose.”
(Matula X China Maid), HM 1945.