Photo Courtesy of Brighton Park Iris
CLASS: Tall Bearded
BLOOM SEASON: Mid to Late
DESCRIPTION: Pure white self.
PARENTAGE: ((Snowking x Missouri) x (Snow Carnival x Winter Carnival)) X Harbor Blue
From the 1959 Schreiner's Iris Lover's Catalog: This Iris might be called a white Harbor Blue since it inherits the stalwart stem and candelabra branching of its famous progenitor, but it goes even farther, its immense blooms of wonderful substance, with crisp, clean-cut, flaring form having even wider falls but a rich, glowing, glossy milk-white. A heavy bloomer that often has three or four of its giant sculptured blooms open at once per stem.