Alphabetical: C – D
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Burnt red/orange with yellow center. Semi-evergreen foliage. Nocturnal and long-lasting flowers.
A nice crisp yellow with plum eye. Evergreen foliage. Classy presentation.
Canadian Border Patrol*
Lovely cream with purple eye and matching edge. A garden favourite. Strong semi-evergreen plants. Very fertile.
A unique blend of light creamy orange with a very bold medium purple eye and edge with the outer edge in gold. Floriferous performer (registered at 40 + buds). Another standout from Ludlow.
Pastel lavender with pale purple eye and fancy edge. Extra vigorous plants. Big flowers. Over 55 buds in Florida. Wide branching and great parent.
Carolina Sun Fun
Light cream with peach blush blend and violet plum eye. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Large and numerous clear lavender-pink flowers ruffled and edged. Exquisite plant habit with large fans. Quick to increase. Well-branched and robust scapes. A hybridizer’s lovely tool.
Carrie and Jack*
Rich gold self with ruffled petals. Evergreen foliage. Quick grower.
Catcher in the Eye*
Lavender-based flowers with dark purple eye and matching picotee edge. Strong pattern in yellow throat,seen in progeny. Evergreen foliage. Just like Sc. Sea Shells,colder nights emphasize the eyezone.
Celebration of Angels*
Cream with black purple halo. Great contrast and presentation. Evergreen foliage. Excellent parent for dark eyes.
Gorgeous rose violet with a blue lavender eye and double edges of blue lavender and white,a standout in the early garden. Great size and drama. Vigorous. Evergreen foliage.
Raspberry rose blend with gold edge. Nice and heavy texture. Holds really well. Another favorite dormant. Sends leek-size fans! Fragrant and long-lasting flowers.
Pink with powder pink watermark and gold edge. Evergreen foliage and some fragrance.
Chartreuse yellow self. An older cultivar that still attracts attention in the garden. Dormant,fast grower and multiple long-lasting blooms.
A very pretty ivory cream self with gold ruffled edge. Semi-evergreen foliage. A favourite. Very fertile both ways.
Apricot brushed gold. Classic spider with showy darker red patterned eye. Great grower and rebloomer.
Bright pink with crimson watermark. Evergreen foliage. Fragrant flowers. Reliable bloomer.
Chevalier des Sables*
Perfect gold flowers with frilled petals way into the heart. Sometimes blooms continuously from June until mid-September. From our friend Daniel’s fine northern line of breeding.
A cream-peach and burgundy eye spider. A lovely,fast-growing evergreen that produces 10-inch,fragrant and long-lasting flowers. Due to its size,should be staked,especially in high-wind areas.
Scarlet self. A real winner in gardens. Dormant foliage. Blooms for the most part of September.
Deep velvety red self. A garden favorite that attracts the most attention for its vibrant red. Strong dormant plant. Very floriferous.
Chinese New Year*
Red orange self. Dormant foliage. A great performer with well-branched scapes. Floriferous.
Pink with rose band and yellow halo. Evergreen foliage. Fragrant and long-lasting flowers.
Pricing – unless otherwise stated plants are sold as double fans.