, R. 2010) Seedling# O306A. SDB, 14" (36 cm), Late midseason bloom Standards indian red; style arms gold, indian red edges and crests; falls brighter and slightly lighter indian red, near black spot on upper half, short muted gold veins beside gold beards; pronounced spicy fragrance. Seedling# L247A: ('Eye Of Newt'
) X 'Gingerbread Trim'
. Mid-America 2010. Honorable Mention 2012, Award of Merit 2014
Even though Nosferatu may have been a plagiarized version of Dracula, this version is no knock off. Its burning hues are quite unique. Indian red standards have a shimmering satin sheen as any vampire cloak should. Falls are the same but with a bit more yellow that sets them aflame. Near-black spots draw you nearer to danger. Glowing orange gold beards seal your fate. It is a favorite among garden visitors. Some in this color range burn in the sun but not this one.
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