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Re: Parthenon


From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>

Edmundas,

Does your Parthenon fade to white? The first Parthenon that you sent 
(CMYK) was a beautiful, light, china blue. Parthenon2 (RGB) was a bit 
washed out compared to the first. I have never seen this iris 
growing, Anne has a faint memory of seeing it but too long ago to 
remember color.

The Schreiner's 1934 catalog has it in their '1934 Introductions' 
section and has this description:

"PARTHENON (Connell 1933) This iris is a "warm White" made so by the 
palest gold tints throughout, by pale yellow style arms, venation, 
and beard. It is very tall and widely branched. The standards are 
highly arched, falls are large, ovate and flaring. This is a hardy 
and exceptionally fine garden iris which will be equally as effective 
on the show table......................$10.00"

1939 Check List -- PARTHENON. TB-M-WW (Con. 1934);....

Cheers,

Mike


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