ORIGINATOR: James Marsh
CLASS: Tall Bearded
BLOOM SEASON: Mid
DESCRIPTION: Heavily laced shrimp pink self; orange beard.
PARENTAGE: Harmony House X Charming Co-ed
AWARDS: High Commendation 1968, Honorable Mention 1972
From the American Iris Society Bulletin for April 1970, James Marsh Iris Introductions: The unusual color of this charming flower is shrimp pink, with ruffling and very heavy lacing on both standards and falls. It has an orange beard on a very clean haft. Well-branched stalks carry eight to nine heavy substanced flowers. It is a good increaser, with blue-green foliage. It is seed fertile. This has been a heavy favorite with most garden visitors.