Year Introduced: 1967
A reliable, upright, vigorous and free flowering hardy with very distinctive blooms beautiful at every stage.
(The photo of Sealand Prince flowers at different stages of maturity shows how difficult it can be to choose, photograph, and describe a “typical” flower of just about any cultivar.)
Tube: Medium length, reddish white, darkening with age.
Sepals: Proportionately long, carmine, held fully up, and twisted, with greenish recurved tips.
Corolla: Initially dark purple, with a pink base to each petal, matures violet purple with an almost white flush instead, 1/2 flared.
|Other Awards||RHS AM, 1965|
|Medium (3 - 4.5cm)||#|
|H6 (Min -20°C to -15°C)||#|