TB 36″ E-L
From Mission Bell Gardens catalog for 1966: “Intense smooth buttercup yellow self (Wilson 5) with deep orange beard. Lightly ruffled petals. Full closed standards, arched flaring falls. Velvety texture. Excellent substance. Strong stalks with well spaced branching, nine buds. Spicy fragrance. The flowers hold up to all sorts of weather vagaries, and in this ‘valley of extremes’ bloom lasts for three weeks and more.”
From Cooley’s Gardens catalog for 1974: “Brilliant golden yellow self with an orange-yellow beard. Beautifully formed blossoms of heavy substance and velvet like texture. Well branched, fragrant and holds well in sun.”
(Bright Forecast x Glittering Amber) X (Golden Valley x Crosby 56-23: (Gold Torch x (Tobacco Road x Golden Spike))), HM 1967, JC 1967, 1968, AM 1969.
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