TB 34″ EML
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1963: “Intense buttercup yellow, heavily laced and crimped at the margins, with an almost red beard. One of the very best and most popular of recent introductions although the illustration appearing in some catalogs inclines too much to the reddish orange side. Large flowers on 34-inch stalks.”
From Melrose Gardens catalog for 1967: “Livid buttercup yellow with a silken depth. Orange red beard and plenty of lace to add enticement to the wide petals. A color that carries.”
(Butterscotch Kiss X ((Inne’s: Ruth x Rainbow Room) x Mary Randall)), HM 1960, AM 1962.
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