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(TB) 'Spring Dance'

1939, Milliken

'Spring Dance' (Carl S. Milliken, 1939) TB. Early bloom. Color Class-S1L. ('Pale Moonlight' x 'Cameliard') x 'Lady Paramount'.

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From Milliken Iris Gardens catalog, 1940: SPRING DANCE (Milliken) This refreshingly beautiful iris is truly a song in the garden with its superb flowers carried high on giant four to five-foot stems. The color effect is a fresh uniform light lavender faintly suffused with golden yellow. An orange beard that deepens to a brilliant glow at the center of the flower gives a warmth to the yellow suffusion. Spring Dance is another iris particularly recommended for the milder climates, for it is a luxuriant grower and an early bloomer. Its hardiness is not as yet tested. $3.50.

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