Salter – 1995
Bloom 6” (15cm) x height 28” (71cm)
Early-Mid/Semi-Evergreen/Tetraploid + reliably reblooms in England
Stunning large pale yellow cream flowers with ruffles and gold edge and green throat. The flower is full and round with petals almost completely covering the sepals. Well branched scapes carry multiple blooms – then it reliably reblooms later in the year putting on another great display. Performs very well in England.
Joiner, Jan – 2000
Bloom 9” (23cm) x height 40” (102cm)
*Unusual Form Double*
A very unusual and exotic double with a full centre of petaloids. The bloom colour is ivory with a pinky-flesh tinge and green throat. This flower has many, many looks and is one of my favourites – I would never be without it. I have never seen a single flower on it. Not quite as tall as registered in my garden with 3-way branching and good budcount. It flowers slowly for a very long time.
Knock out and very limited
Schwarz, B – 2002
Bloom 8.5” (22cm) x height 50” (127cm)
*Unusual Form Crispate*
What a performer! Tall, late and well branched. The blooms are orange blooms with a red eye. It flowers a bit shorter than the registered height here in my garden. A nice tall one for the perennial border.
Roberts, Ned – 2002
Bloom 8” (20cm) x height 40” (102cm)
**Unusual Form Crispate**
Purple bi-tone with huge, flaring yellow-green throat and white midribs. This one has many different looks but always puts on a great performance with strong well-branched scapes and a multitude of blooms. Makes a clump quite quickly. Good reliable performer – it likes England.
Stamile – 2004
Bloom 8.5” (22cm) x height 38” (97cm)
*Unusual Form Spatulate*
Frog’s Eye does not reach the registered height in my garden. It is lavender-pink with a rosy-pink chevron. The throat and sepals are very green. Unusual and extremely limited. SINGLE FAN ONLY