Alphabetical: M – O
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Orange base colour with spiced orange eye and edge. Superb flower in terms of form and ruffling. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Lavender blend with gold edge. On rebloom,some knobs and tentacles show up! Perfect scapes and high bud count. Evergreen foliage.
WOW! Lavender flowers possessing a purple eyezone with a large green throat covering 50% of the flower face. Parent of many cultivars,with distinctive own line of breeding. Evergreen.
Mandarin red self. A great double flower with striking presence. Dormant habit. Good rate of increase.
Marked by Lydia
Yellow with purple eye extending into the segments. One of our favourites. Great presence and gracious. Some bloom poly,with 4 sepals and petals. Semi-evergreen foliage. Extended bloomer. You’ll love it!
Yellow self. A great performer with semi-evergreen foliage. Buds look like bananas,adding another layer of interest! LONG BLOOMING SEASON.
Mask of Time*
Orange rose with black plum eye. Great presentation on tall,well-branched scapes. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Meet Joe Black*
A saturated peach to salmon pink with large and very dark near-black eye and wide matching picottee edge. Nicely branched,with 30-35 buds. Dramatic display. Great parent for dark eyes and edges.
Metallic Blue Eyes*
Unique blend of light peach with layered red purple and blue purple. Striking. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Pink with orchid metallic silver rings. The unique colour scheme changes with the angle one looks at it from,as with holographic images. Evergreen foliage. Fragrant flowers. You’ll have to see it “live” to appreciate it!
Coral pink with pale rouge eye. Interesting double flowers for the front of the bed. Evergreen foliage. Very fast grower.
One of those brilliant sun yellow flowers you just can’t miss! The extra ruffling produces quite a striking effect. Registered with a very high bud count,close to 55. An exceptional parent for shape,size and edges. Dormant.
What a superb flower in lavender with blueish eye and edge! Evergreen foliage. Fragrant flowers. A great addition to your mixed border.
A near-white flower with impeccable presentation. Named after a friend of ours who nearly passed a few years ago,and is sure alive and kicking!
Clear multicoloured eye of fuschia,lavender and blue. Great erect and well-branched scapes. Very fragrant.
Mississippi Earl Watts*
Crystal clear lilac lavender with large halo starburst center and wide yellow gold ruffled edge. Evergreen foliage. Stunning as a clump. Even with all this ruffling,opens up really well. A must-have.
Stunning and vivid red with darker eye and green throat. Dormant habit. Quick to increase. Good year,bad year,blooms into Fall.
Gold self. Semi-evergreen. Extended blooms.
Near white self. Evergreen foliage. Some fragrance.
Pricing – unless otherwise stated plants are sold as double fans.