OGB- (Marky Smith
, R. 2004). Seedling 00-13A. AB, 17” (43 cm). Early midseason bloom. Standards white, with faint chartreuse veins, chartreuse midrib; style arms green tinted yellow (RHS 28); Falls bright yellow (2A) at distal end and rim, slightly grayer sides, solid burnt umber aril spot, slightly washed edges on upper third of fall; beards yellow, end yellow tipped cream, yellow orange in throat. 98-14C: (96-09P: (( 'Pele'
x 'Fairy Lore'
) x 'Minidragon'
) x 96-18A: ( 'Incendiary'
x 93-21G: ( 'Fairy Lore'
))) X unknown, probably 'Desert Moonlight'
. Aitken 2005. Honorable Mention 2007, Award of Merit 2010.
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