TB 33″ E S4M
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1949: “This seedling of Tobacco Road crossed with Goldbeater is a richer, brighter, more lively golden brown than the famous “tobacco colored” parent. It has a luminous metallic finish which gives it exceptional richness and a glowing quality which most browns seem to lack. Standards are closed and the broad falls flare gracefully. A large flower of medium height–about 32-34 inches; good branching.”
(Tobacco Road x Goldbeater), HM 1950.
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