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(George Sutton, R. 1995)TB.
34″. Early to Mid season. Standards. white ground, sanded and edged spiraea red; style arms white and burgundy; Falls. white, striped and edged spiraea red; beards bronze gold, hairs tipped light burgundy, spiraea red horn; ruffled; pronounced sweet fragrance. HM 2000.
(Tom Craig, R. 1955)
Late bloom. 38″ (97 cm).
Standards near old cedar, Falls. near India red. HM 1955; AMt 1959. From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1959: “A new red, with a name in keeping with the impression it creates in the garden! Broad falls of brilliant color and heavy substance, slightly waved; it owes its fine form to CORDOVAN, one of its parents.
(J. Gibson,1976) TB.
Early to mid season 40”.Standards Moorish blue lines on rim and specks on pure white ground; Falls icy, sparkling white with narrow band of sharp Moorish blue plicata markings; Dresden yellow beard tipped blue; ruffled and fluted. HM 1978, AM 1982.