■(SIB) 'Little White'
( Currier McEwen
, R. 1968) Seedling 858/76-2. SIB, 18" (46 cm), Midseason bloom. White self with very little yellow haft marking visible. From unnamed seedling going back to 'Gatineau'
and 'Snow Queen'
. McEwen 1970. Honorable Mention 1971.
| From AIS Bulletin #198 July 1970 Introducing LITTLE WHITE. 18". M to L. A miniature in size and height. The 3-1/4" flowers have round, flaring falls. The tiny yellow blaze is covered by the styles so flower is a pure white circle with a dot of green at center as one looks down on it. Moderately fertile both ways. From two seedlings derived from Gatineau and Snow Queen. $10. Currier McEwen.
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