■(JI) 'Fourfold Pink'
( Currier McEwen
, R. 1995) Sdlg. T(6)90/48(ERI). JI (3 F.) tet., 30" (75 cm), Early, midseason, late bloom. Standards white, edged phlox purple (RHS 75C); style arms white, edged and tipped lavender pink (75B); Falls lavender pink opening from deeper (75A) buds, white central area crossed by mimosa yellow (8C) veins, signal rich lemon yellow (13B). T(5)88/11(11): (T(4)80/149: ( 'Maine Chance'
x involving seedling 8 generations from Arlie Payne seed) x 'Pink Mystery'
) X 'Pink Mystery'
. Eartheart 1996.
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| From AIS Bulletin #301 April 1996 Introducing Fourfold Pink: (T6J90/48ER(1)) tetraploid, 3 falls, EM-L. The handsome 36" plants have two excellent branches. The 7" flowers have upright white standards and styles edged pink, and wide, flaring falls of soft, medium pink surrounding white centers. T588/11 (11) X Pink Mystery. $35. Eartheart Gardens.
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