TOTTY'S IRISES, MADISON, NEW JERSEY
1LM
TALL LARGE-FLOWERING BEARDED FLAG IRISES—Continued
PERFECTION
Given at the Wisley Iris Trials in 1916. S. light blue splashed with violet; F. black
violet. A very fine dark sort. 30 inches. 50c. each.
PROSPER LAUGIER (Verdier)
A. M. London, 1916. S. bronze red; F. velvety ruby, veined deeply at the base. 31
inches. The very best Iris of the Squalens class:' Should be planted with yellows and
creamy whites. 75 c. each. Fall delivery.
QUAKER LADY (Farr)
A flower of an unusual subtle charm. S. smoky lavender shaded with gold; F. amethyst
blue with yellow shadings. Stigmas and beard yellow. To emphasize its charm of coloration, it should be planted with Aurea and Mrs. Neubronner. 75c. each. Fall delivery.
QUEEN ALEXANDRA (Barr)
A very beautiful mauve with a golden suffusion. Erect strong stems. 30 inches:
50c. each.
RHEIN NIXIE (Amoena)
S. clear white; F. rich raspberry purple, with distinct white edge. Tall, vigorous
branched spikes; 3^ feet. Award of Merit, London, 1915. 50c. each.
IRIS CRISTATA (See page 74)
TOTTY'S IRISES, MADISON, NEW JERSEY
1LM
TALL LARGE-FLOWERING BEARDED FLAG IRISES—Continued
PERFECTION
Given at the Wisley Iris Trials in 1916. S. light blue splashed with violet; F. black
violet. A very fine dark sort. 30 inches. 50c. each.
PROSPER LAUGIER (Verdier)
A. M. London, 1916. S. bronze red; F. velvety ruby, veined deeply at the base. 31
inches. The very best Iris of the Squalens class:' Should be planted with yellows and
creamy whites. 75 c. each. Fall delivery.
QUAKER LADY (Farr)
A flower of an unusual subtle charm. S. smoky lavender shaded with gold; F. amethyst
blue with yellow shadings. Stigmas and beard yellow. To emphasize its charm of coloration, it should be planted with Aurea and Mrs. Neubronner. 75c. each. Fall delivery.
QUEEN ALEXANDRA (Barr)
A very beautiful mauve with a golden suffusion. Erect strong stems. 30 inches:
50c. each.
RHEIN NIXIE (Amoena)
S. clear white; F. rich raspberry purple, with distinct white edge. Tall, vigorous
branched spikes; 3^ feet. Award of Merit, London, 1915. 50c. each.
IRIS CRISTATA (See page 74)