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(SIB) 'Tawny Pipit'

1974, McEwen

'Tawny Pipit' ( Currier McEwen, R. 1973) Seedling 67/164(2). SIB (40 chrom. diploid), 20" (51 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards creamy buff RHS 19D); creamy buff (19B) styles; Falls creamy buff, deepening to 19B at inner half, which is dotted violet (86B). From mixed seed from wild crosses sent by M. Kitton of England. McEwen 1974. Honorable Mention 1978.

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From AIS Bulletin #214 July 1974 Introducing TAWNY PIPIT. 20", M. Charming 4" flowers of creamy buff (RHS 19B-D) with semi-circle dotted violet (86B) on semi-flaring F. Very fertile. From Kitton mixed seeds. $10.00. Currier McEwen.
 

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