Robinson, B – 2004
Bloom 6” (15cm) x height 27” (69cm)
A beautiful hose in hose double that looks good enough to eat! Layers of yellow with pink tips and a green throat. Never seen in UK before and fairly limited. Very pretty.
Reed, Margo – 2005
Bloom 6” (15cm) x height 40” (102cm)
Mid-Late/Dormant/Diploid – Extended blooming
**Unusual Form Cascade**
This one does not flower as tall as registered in my garden. Red with darker red eye, yellow midrib and yellow edge with a huge yellow throat. It has a nice ruffled edge with lots of curling and movement to the flower. Good branching and loads of buds. A nice season extender.
Reed, Margo – 1994
Bloom 6.5” (17cm) x height 38” (97cm)
Orange spider variant with orange-red chevron eyezone above gold to olive green throat. The petals have a slight ruffling to them. Vibrant, eye-catching and vigorous.
Bachman, D – 2001
Bloom 8” (20cm) x height 28” (71cm)
A stunning bright orange self that never lets me down – it looks consistently beautiful no matter what the weather with good branching and perfect bud placement putting on a fantastic show. I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a bit taller here in my garden – it really loves England! In my top 10 oranges for 8 years in a row. A must have orange.
Roberts, Ned – 2001
Bloom 7.5” (19cm) x height 28” (71cm)
Coral red narrow form with distinctive extended flesh watermark and green throat. Great branching and budcount looking marvellous in a clump. It has extended flowering which means the flowers still look good into the evening. Limited
Shooter, E – 2007
Bloom 5.5” (14cm) x height 26” (66cm)
An incredibly stunning cultivar that flowers Mid-Late for me here in UK. It took a while to settle in England after I brought it back from USA – but now it seems happy! The flowers look much bigger than the registered size maybe because of the huge yellow throat. Some describe this flower as yellow with a purple edge – I always see it as purple with a massive yellow eye! Whichever way it is unique and stunning. Very limited.