, circa 1896) Early bloom. Double. Color Class 1.
| 1912 H.H.Berger catalog "1. Gekka=no=nami. Waves on Moon Light. Dense pure white, yellow blotches, petaloid stigmas creamy, 6 petals.
| From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1942: GEKKA-NO-NAMI (Chi. 1928) Dbl. Large tall white. $1.00
| From Flowerfield Bulb Farms catalog 1945: GEKKA-NO-NAMI (Wave Under Moonlight). (Classic variety). This variety was first Listed in 1801. It is a pure white, double flower of heavy texture, with nicely waved falls and standards. The style columns lay flat on the bloom. Medium tall growing, it is late blooming. Each $3.00. Three $6.00. Doz. $18.00.
Gekki-No-Nami; Moonlit Waves.
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