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From Tell’s Iris Gardens catalog for 1951: “Striking brilliant rich coppery pink blend with blue flush to the falls. Wonderful parent for blends and reds.”
From National Iris Gardens catalog for 1948: “M. 40″. A near self of bright rose-pink, overlaid with rosy-copper. Large flowers with domed standards and semi-flaring falls. Hardy and prolific.”
From Longs Gardens 1959 “An outstanding blend of rose pink with copper and set off by a pronounced blue blaze on the fall. The long heavy stalks are short branched, but produce a spectacular effect of color in the garden”.
(Matula X Garden Magic), HM 1945, AM 1949.