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(SDB) 'Plymouth Hoe'

1999, Godfrey

'Plymouth Hoe' (William and Ada Godfrey, R. 1999) Seedling# HAP3. SDB, 13" (33 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards white, navy basal flush, faint green veining; style arms white; falls white, navy blue whiskered thumbprint, white centerline; beards cream, orange in throat; lightly ruffled. Seedling# HAP2: ('Happening' x unknown) X self. Hermit Medlars Walk 1999.

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From AIS Bulletin #313 April 1999 Introducing PLYMOUTH HOE (GODFREY, W & A '99) SDB SDLG HAP3 13". Softly rounded closed white standards have a navy base deep in the throat over softly fluted white falls with thumbprint of thick navy whiskers surounding the cream beards, creating a nautical flavour, which suggested the name (Drake played bowls there before sailing out to defeat the Spanish Armada). $15. Hermit Medlars Walk.

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