■(MTB) 'Ozark Jewel'
( Kenneth Fisher
R. 1991). Seedling 89-5 (B6). MTB, 19" (48 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards white edged lemon yellow; Falls lemon yellow; beards orange, fading yellow. B3: (('Sherwin-Wright'
x 'Ice Fairy'
) x 'Spanish Coins'
) X L3: ('Spanish Coins'
x ('Purple Heather'
x 'White Canary'
)). Aitken's Salmon Creek 1992. Honorable Mention 1994, Award of Merit 1996.
| From Aitken’s Salmon Creek Garden, 1992: OZARK JEWEL (Fisher '92) MTB, M, 19", 6 buds. The white base color of the flower blends to lemon yellow at the edges with the accent on the orange beard. Nicely proportioned flowers have tightly closed standards and semi-flared falls. Dainty stems carry 6 buds on 3 branches plus terminal. This plant exhibits exceptional vigor even in a class where vigor is the norm. ((Sherwin-Wright x Ice Fairy) x Spanish Coins) x (Spanish Coins x (Purple Heather x White Canary)). #89-5(B6). $14.00.
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