Quaker Lady – 1909, midseason
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Flowers of “smoky lavender, bronze, purple, fawn, and old gold” (to quote American Iris Society founder John Wister) are heavily produced on 27” stems, creating a mass of color. The color is intense the first day, softening as they fill out. ‘Quaker Lady’ grows well and soon produces a nice clump with many flower. It was introduced by Bertrand Farr in 1909. Midseason
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