■(AB) 'Egyptian Queen'
OGB- ( Thomas Johnson
, R. 2007). Seedling #TU289C. AB, 20â (51 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards medium lilac, rosy copper midribs, fine network of veins overall; style arms tan copper, large; Falls rose copper blending to tan copper; muted gold hafts; velvety black cherry signals; beards bright yellow, slight fragrance. 'Hot Jazz'
. Sibling to 'Octave'
. Mid-America Garden, 2007. Honorable Mention 2009; Award of Merit 2011
; Mohr Medal 2013
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| From Mid-America Garden catalog, 2007: EGYPTIAN QUEEN - ABM, 20" (51 cm), Midseason. Very round "onco" looking standards are medium lilacwith rosy copper midribs and fine network of veins overall. Large tan-copper styles peer from between them. Colorful falls are rose-copper blended to tan-copper with muted gold hafts. Bright yellow beards terminate in rich, velvety black-cherry signals. EGYPTIAN QUEEN has one branch and three buds produced by healthy, vigorous growth. Very Nice! Sdlg. TU289C: Hot Jazz X Onlooker ibc $25.00.
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