(JI) 'Hall Of Marble'
'Hall Of Marble'
, R. 1956) JI, 36-42", Midseason to late bloom. Bicolor: Off-white (near pale blue) marbled royal purple shading to violet on outer area; styles white stippled violet. Unknown X 'Nishiki-gi'
. Marx 1956.
| From Marx Gardens catalog, 1958: HALL OF MARBLE (Marx 1956) Each $S.00. We think the name Hall of Marble aptly applies to this seedling because of t he varied color patterns apparent in all blooms. The ground color is off-white, near pale blue, more or less marbled royal purple over the central portion and shading to violet marking on the outer areas of the flower. The upright white styles are stippled violet. Ruffled 7-inch flowers above stiff foliage on 3 to 3½-foot stems. Midseason to late.
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