■(SDB) 'Pussycat Pink'
, R. 2006). Seedling# J356K. SDB, 12" (30 cm), Late midseason bloom. Standards medium hot pink; style arms hot pink; falls medium hot pink slightly lighter than Standards, cocoa pink veins on haft, plicata sanded hot pink between; beards white tipped hot coral pink; slight musky fragrance. Seedling# E51AA: ('Chanted'
x seedling# C137A: ((seedling# 85-436A: ('Apricot Elf'
) x seedling# 88-267A: (seedling# 85-418A: ( 'Caesura'
x seedling# 83-178A: ('Betsey Boo'
x seedling# 80-14: ('Antique Satin'
))) x seedling# 84-207A: ('Gigglepot'
x 'Oriental Blush'
))) x seedling# 91-324C: (seedling# 85-306B: ('Apricot Elf'
x seedling# 83-129A: ('Melon Honey'
x unknown)) x seedling# 89-255A))) X seedling# E119BB: ('Hot Jazz'
x seedling# C136B: (seedling# 91-273D x seedling# A151B, 'Voices'
sibling)). Mid-America 2006. Honorable Mention 2008, Award of Merit 2011
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| From Mid-America Garden catalog, 2006: PUSSYCAT PINK - SDB, 12" (30 cm), Midseason-Late. Meow, meow, meow she brags, I'm pink, I'm pink, I'm pink - and she is! This is the hottest pink SDB we've seen. I wasn't going to introduce it because the standards can be a bit informal. Everyone keeps saying introduce it and so here it is. It is totally hot pink with the excpetion of a few sanded plicata marks around white beards that are capped neon coral. Pussycat Pink is a WONDERFUL parent for wide range of orange and pink bearded plicatas. A couple of it's siblings were gorgeous pink and orchid plicatas but with less than acceptable form. Sdlg. J356K: (Chanted x Black C137A) X (Hot Jazz x (Black 91273D x Voices sib)). $18.00.
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