Two different shots, in different
lights, and different camera settings of a very interesting iris.
I pollinated it with DIXIE PIXIE who has
also very distinctive hafts but i only got two seeds...
I will do better this spring i
Considering it's age, the shape
is quite good, and the colours are deep.
(Bennett Jones, R. 1966),
IB, 18" (46 cm), M
"Indian lake (Wilson 826/3) self with
Captain Gallant X M114 ((Carpathia x
Lapham C46) x Red Rockette)).
Jones 1967 HC 1966, HM 1968, JC 1969."
Here are the registered children
of LIGHT CAVALRY
I couldn't find any picture on
If someone could pass any information
about them, i'd be delighted.
I have the impression this LIGHT
CAVALRY has potential.
(J. Boushay, R. 1975), Sdlg. 71-1-8. IB, 22" (56 cm), M
(Wilson 1030/2); F. edges same, with ruby red (1030/2) center and around
red-brown beard. Light Cavalry X Tomingo. J. & J. Iris 1975 "
(H. Nichols, R. 1978), Sdlg. 7630A. SDB, 14" (41 cm), E-L
S. gold; F.
same with maroon halo surrounding orange beard. Light Cavalry X Regards.
(J. T. Aitken, R. 1990), Sdlg. 82M110. BB, 20" (51 cm), M
flushed pink; F. creamed coffee tan blending smoothly into charcoal brown
spot; beards russet orange. (Post Time x Light Cavalry) X Post Time.
Aitken's Salmon Creek 1990 HM 199
(J. Boushay, R. 1975), Sdlg. 71-C-10. MDB, 5" (13 cm), M
"S. maroon (Wilson 1030/1); F. slightly darker (1030), lighter at edge,
almost black spot at tip of spectrum violet beard. Light Cavalry X Red
Cutie. J. & J. Iris 1976 "