Olsen, E – 2000
Bloom 5.75” (15cm) x 28” (71cm)
A very scarce cultivar with a very unusual name. It is so named due to the “dangling udder-like tentacles” that it produces in Emily Olsen’s (the hybridiser) garden – but, it does not produce them in the UK. I would call it a rose-red with very full flowers, deep looping ruffles and white edge. For me it is taller and blooms mid-late putting on a magnificent late show for a very long time – it always catches my eye. Very limited.