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(TB) 'Wildcat'

1967, Baker

'Wildcat' (O. T. Baker, R. 1966) Seedling# 60-7-C. TB mutation, 34" (86 cm), Early to very late bloom. Standards orange-yellow with yellowish brown striping; falls yellowish brown with orange-yellow haft. 'Rainbow Gold' X 'Viveza' x ('Top Flight' x 'Dancing Tiger'). Baker's Acre 1967.

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From AIS Bulletin #189 April 1968 Introducing WILDCAT. $15.00. Our Bulletin offering of this unusual mutation. An orange-yellow with brown striping. It has no beard, no stamens, with no two orchid type flowers blooming alike on same stalk. With all its strange growing habits it's a very attractive iris. An exciting conversation piece. Baker's Acre.

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