Selman, R – 2006
Bloom 6” (15cm) x height 26” (66cm)
Definitely different, this one has uniquely coloured blooms of a peachy-orange-mauve blend with a rosy-purple eye above an orange throat. There are three colours in the ruffled edging starting with raspberry pink, rosy-purple and finishing with an outer band of gold. The edge looks like a mirror image of the flower. Great for the front of the border. So pretty and very limited.
SINGLE FAN ONLY
Salter – 2001
Bloom 6.5” (17cm) x height 28” (71cm)
Put this one in your sunniest spot to get the best from the extremely ruffled, looping yellow-gold edge. A lovely shade of baby pink with a yellow-gold throat to match the edge. Beautiful.
Murphy, J.P – 2004
Bloom 7.5” (19cm) x height 28” (71cm)
*Unusual Form Cascade*
A light creamy pink on cool days and almost white on hot days. The edge is very ruffled and whiter than the petals and the throat is chartreuse to green. The scapes come up at different times ensuring a long bloom season. At clump strength it has a multitude of buds and also has lots of proliferations. A very good parent for pollen dabbers.
Santa Lucia – 2003
Bloom 7.5” (19cm) x height 33” (84 cm)
*Unusual Form Crispate-Spatulate*
One of my long standing favourites. It is a plum-rose blend with an apricot-gold throat. As a clump it flowers right over the top of the foliage and produces masses of flowers for weeks on end. It is a fantastic performer and a real must have for the mixed border. Limited
Hensley, Dale – 2011
Bloom 7” (18cm) x height 42” (107cm)
*Unusual Form Crispate-Cascade*
Dusty rose with a bluish eyezone above a yellow to green throat. This one flowers around 3ft here in my garden and puts on a very impressive show. Only a few for sale.
Salter, E.H – 2000
Bloom 3.5” (9cm) x height 24” (61cm)
A very pale cream with an infusion of pink and melon set off by a dark black-plum eye and wide black-plum edge. Flowers are round, full and very overlapped. Well branched scapes carry multiple blooms. Showy & striking.
Lambert – 1978
Bloom 7” (18cm) x height 32” (81cm)
An ethereal beauty in green and pink. In full bloom it always gets my attention. Goes with everything in the perennial border adding a nice patch of light.
Herrington, K – 2007
Bloom 9.5” (24cm) x height 32” (81cm)
*Unusual Form Cascade*
A very open Unusual Form in hot pink with a gold throat and white edge which extends far out on the petals and sepals. This cascading bloom has good branching and budcount and becomes very impressive as a clump. A nice hot spot for the front of any border. Only 2 for sale so very limited.
Hensley, Dale – 2007
Bloom 4.5” (11cm) x height 32” (81cm)
Ruffled, veined black-red with a beautiful velvet sheen and yellow to green throat. The edge is rimmed in gold. Good branching and budcount makes it a great candidate for the front of the late border. Sure to cast a spell.
Salter – 2002
Bloom 6” (15cm) x height 27” (69cm)
Deep purple with small yellow-green throat. In cooler weather in UK the edge looks ruffled but when it gets nice and hot the ruffles turn into white sharks teeth on the petals and the sepals. Very unique and exciting. Limited
LARGE SINGLE FAN