Alice Harding – 1933, early
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A clear soft primrose, well branched and vigorous, with quantities of flowers. Strongly fragrant, large flowers on extra strong, 36” stalks. Winner of many awards including the Award of Merit from the American Iris Society in 1927 and the French Dykes Memorial Medal in 1933, it was introduced by Ferdinand Cayeux in 1933 and named in honor of Alice Harding, one of the founders of the American Iris Society. Our stock came from plants shared by a local gardener. Midseason, 36”
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