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(LA) 'Blushing Yellow Feather'

1988, Faggard

'Blushing Yellow Feather' ( Albert Faggard, R. 1986). Seedling FYE-7-85. LA, 37" (94 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards light yellow, fading to cream; cream yellow styles; Falls light cream to yellow, large round gold crest. Unknown parentage. Faggard 1988.

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From AIS Bulletin #269 April 1988 Introducing BLUSHING YELLOW FEATHER--(Faggard R-86) (Sdlg. FYE-7-85) 37", Mid-season, 5-1/2", flat to flaring, rully rounded light yellow that fades to cream, with cream style arms, and a large rounded gold crest. It is tall, stately, and has sturdy plant habits. its 2-3/8" falls open yellow, then blush and roll down somewhat, whereas the standards lay flat and are 1-3/4" wide. Breeding is unknown. Like the Karankaw Indians who were tall, strong, and light in color, perhaps never blushing though. $25.00. Albert Faggard.

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