Great photo of Suncatcher Adam. I grow it, and it's fertile incase anybody was wondering. It's a great show iris, as it almost always has several blooms open at the same time, but it doesn't last real long in the garden. Suncatcher is the pollen parent of Calvin Helsley's Bewitching Hour, which has done very well for me this year and didn't bloom out as fast as Suncatcher does.
From: Cordesview <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tue, June 15, 2010 9:46:33 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] SHOW: TB runner-up to Best Specimen, SUNCATCHER
It was great to see some of you at our iris club's 66th Annual Iris Show this past weekend!
Here's a few photos of the "Winners' Table." (even though ALL of our exhibitors are WINNERS!) ;-)
This is SUNCATCHER. I have not found an image of it online ANYWHERE, so I added it to the wiki, too!
(Allan Ensminger, R. 1991) Sdlg. 87-32. TB, 30" (76 cm), ML
S. sulphur yellow (HCC 1/0); F. mimosa yellow (601/3),
widely banded sulphur yellow (1/1); beards chrome yellow; heavily ruffled; slight fragrance. 82-27: (Ruffled Surprise x Morning Sunshine) X Idol's Dream. Varigay 1992. HM 1996.