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When a hybridizer names a plant after his wife,it better be good! Stunning contrast between the pale lavender base and the black purple eye and edge. Evergreen foliage. Sends 3 sets of scapes,back-to-back!
Orange self. Dormant habit. Quite striking,with 8-inch flowers on tall spikes. Branches well. Some years,stays in bloom from mid-June until after the second frost,towards the end of October! Highly desirable plant.
Near white self. Evergreen foliage. If you like white flowers,this one compares in vigour with ‘Ice Carnival’. The main difference is height and shape of petals (roundish in this case,pointy for I.C.).
What a flower! Patience finally paid off for Stamile. Stunning polychrome with fancy loops and ruffling galore. Sets pods sooooo easily! Cool morning opener,like ‘Quartz Rainbow’ and ‘Clear Mountain Morning’. Evergreen foliage,noctu