■(SIB) 'Not Quite White'
'Not Quite White'
( Marty Schafer & Jan Sacks
, R. 2003). Seedling S96-43-1. SIB, height 18" (46 cm), Midseason bloom and rebloom. Standards diamond-dusted white; style arms white; Falls diamond-dusted very pale lavender (lighter than RHS 69D, 76D), white signal with pale lavender (76C) veining, tiny red violet (79C/D) freckles; wide. S92-75-15: (S89-16-1: ( 'Reprise'
x 'Mad Magenta'
) x S89-9-2: ( 'Isabelle'
x 'Silver Illusion'
)) X S92-74-13: (S89-16-1 x S87-15-4: ( 'Purple Prose'
x 'Mad Magenta'
)). Joe Pye Weed 2003.
| From Joe Pye Weed catalog, 2003: NOT QUITE WHITE- SIBERIAN. Schafer/Sacks (Seedling No. S96-43-1), 18", M and RE. A small flowered siberian with perfect modern form - full, round, flared and arching falls with soft ruffles - wide, full standards - short wide ruffled styles - all diamond dusted and with terrific substance. The name describes the color, which appears white but is actually the palest lavender. The signal is very unusual for a white siberian. It is white with very palpurple to green veining and tiny red-violet freckles near the hafts. The plant is short, in keeping with the small flower, has three buds per stalk and repeat blooms. ((Reprise x Mad Magenta) x (Isabelle x Silver Illusion)) X ((Reprise x Mad Magenta) x (Purple Prose x Mad Magenta)). $35.00
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