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(AB) 'Miss Muffet'

1940, Salbach

'Miss Muffet' OB- (Carl Salbach, R. 1940). IMB, medium height. Early bloom. Color Class-Y8L. Light yellow with reddish pattern. (Large Yellow TB seedling from 'Dauntless' x 'W. R. Dykes') X ( 'William Mohr' x 'Ib-Mac'). Salbach, 1940.

Also listed in IB web: 'Miss Muffet'.

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From Salbach catalog, 1940: MISS MUFFET (Salbach 1940). (Dauntless x Dykes) (Wm. Mohr x Ibmacrantha). The pollen parent is in itself unusual and interesting, a somewhat larger Wm. Mohr. The seed parent is a very large yellow and is responsible the large creamy white standards and the yellow cast in the falls. The color in the falls is a shade of greenish yellow with markings of rosy purple. The blooms are large, plants make a good growth and fairly rapid increase. The blooms give pollen freely. Last season we made several crosses using this pollen, and now have about twenty seedlings. Early. 20". $5 00.
From The Court Of Iris catalog, 1955: MISS MUFFET (Salbach '40) E 20" (Dauntless X W. R. Dykes) X (Wm. Mohr X Ib-Mac). An odd rather than beautiful flower. The standards are pale violet veined in brown and the falls are of chartreuse-yellow with a slight marbling of purple. Not an easy parent although we have had it pollenize 'Appointee'. $.75
 
From Supplement To The Comprehensive Checklist of Aril and Arilbred Iris by Sharon McAllister, April 2000: MISS MUFFET AB (Carl Salbach, R. 1940). Seedling # NI A. 1MB, medium height, E. (Large Yellow TB seedling from Dauntless x W.R. Dykes) X (William Mohr x lb-Mac). AIS Color Class: Y8D (yellow ground with red feathering). '76 CL: Light yellow with reddish pattern. Court of Iris: "standards are pale violet, veined in brown and the falls are of chartreuse yellow with a slight marbling of purple."Rainbow: "Standards pale lilac, washed brown. Falls chartreuse-yellow, marbled purple." Vallette: "odd greenish yellow blend and tan bitone." Salbach, 1940. Notes: Counted as a 45-chromosome quarterbred, an OB- in both systems. Ref: AIS '49, p. 165; ASI '76, p. 56; ASI '78 YB, p. 64; Vallette, p. 178.
 



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