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(Goos & Koenemann abt 1909) IB-BB.
Midseason bloom. Color effect a flecked yellow, velvety pansy violet veined bicolor. Standards amber yellow flecked raisin purple. Falls velvety blackish red-purple, veined violet-purple on lavender outer haft and reticulated red-brown on bronzed base. The blade is bordered light yellow. The plant is a vigorous grower, with stiff, medium, deep green foliage, tinged at the base. The spathe valves are green and slightly keeled. The flowers are borne on widely-branched stalks, and the segments of the blooms expand so that the general effect is that of a short, open bloom with cup-formed standards. Under some circumstances, Fall blooms appear. Their bright colors make interesting masses in the border. Rating 79. –Cornell Bulletin 112
(Jack Worel, 2003) BB.
Early to mid season.25” Standards style arms and falls light cream ground with irregular purple blotches and specks; standards with yellow at base extending on margin 1/3 distance upward, continuing as yellow marginal tinge; falls similar, yellow slightly more pronounced and extending halfway, continuing as yellow tinge; beards yellow, slightly darker in throat; slight sweet fragrance. Parentage and origin unknown. in distribution ca 1970, often as “Mixed Up Kid”.