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(TB) 'Cream Gold'

1947, Muhlestein

'Cream Gold' ( Tell Muhlestein, R. 1947) TB. Late midseason bloom. Color Class-W6D. 'Fort Knox' x Loomis "Type Dore" seedling from 'Seashell'.

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From Tell’s Iris Garden catalog, 1947: CREAM GOLD 45-100 Muhlestein. (Fort Knox x Dr. Loomis' "Type Dore"--a Sea Shell seedling.) A reverse yellow and white bicolor. Standards yellow-gold, falls white edged color of standards. The flower fades to a cream-yellow self after the first day, in hot weather--hence the name. The shape of the flower follows that of the parent Fort Knox. Cream Gold is such a rampant increaser we are able to offer it at a very modest price. Midseason to late. Height 36 inches. $5.00

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