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Currently Unavailable
Hybridiser: Tiret, Horace, (US)
Year Introduced: 1958

An uncommon oldie that's absolutely worth growing for a beautiful display in containers or bedding.

Truly drooly, but may need some support and also benefits from a little cosseting over winter.

(Temporary photo, untypical very late season blooms.)

Tube: White 155C, faint green stripe, short.

Sepals: White 155C above, white N155D and pink 56C below, yellow green recurved tip. Horizontal to fully up, broad, creped texture, recurved with a slight twist.

Corolla: Light pink 65B, paler edge, veins and strong basal flush of pink 68C, 3/4 flared. Fully double, petals of different sizes, incurved and rolled to resemble an old-fashioned quartered rose.

Parentage: unknown.

AFS 334, NKvF 1639

Flower Size
Large (4.5 - 6cm) #
Flower Type
Double #
Bush #
H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C) #