■(SIB) 'Harpswell Moonlight'
( Currier McEwen
, R. 1993). Seedling T(6) 84/103A. SIB (tet.), 28" (70 cm), Early midseason bloom. Standards white; style arms 1" tufted white, pale yellow (RHS 4D) midrib; Falls creamy yellow (4C) edged deeper (4A), greenish yellow (154C) veins, rich yellow (12A) signal. T(5) 79/174(4): (( 'Harpswell Hallelujah'
x sibling) x 'Dear Dianne'
) X 'Ivory Cream'
. Eartheart, Seaways 1993.
| From AIS Bulletin #289 April 1993 Introducing HARPSWELL MOONUGHT-Tetraploid, 28", EM-LM. Large semiflaring flowers with 2-1/2" creamy white falls, darker crimped edges and greenish lines. Very wide (1-1/4") tufted styles and white standards form an attractive cup. $35.00. Seaways, Eartheart.
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