LORELEY TB-M-Y3D [now a BB] (Goos & Koenemann abt 1909) note: this is the form often seen. Cornell Bulletin 112 : "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.
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