■(JI) 'Triple Threat'
( Currier McEwen
, R. 1981) Sdlg. T3 788(1). JI (3 F. tet.), 41" (104 cm), Early to late bloom and rebloom. White with greenish yellow (RHS 154B) signal, deeper green (144B) lines on signal and on hafts. T1 75/48(6): (73/7 x unknown) X T2 75/3: (T01 72/9(10) x T1 64/12). Seaways Gardens 1981. Honorable Mention 1984.
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| From AIS Bulletin #242 July 1981 Introducing TRIPLE THREAT (T3 77/8(1))-Tetraploid, 42". E-L and reblooms. This 7" white single with greenish yellow signals is named for the sporting term meaning excelling in three areas, i.e., lovely flower, exceptional branching and reblooms. Flaring 3-1/2" falls of starchy substance. Three branches plus terminal and 8 buds. Fertile with tetraploids. T75/48(6) X T75/3 (both from mixed seeds given in 1963 by Dr. Hirao and Mr. Arlie Payne and Garden Caprice). Fall delivery only. $30.00. Currier McEwen.
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