( Eric Nies
, R. 1949) SPU. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y3L reverse.
| From Milliken gardens catalog, 1953: A lovely light honey colored flower with a rosy over-lay. The flowers are large, open wide, have extremely heavy substance yet are delightfully ruffled giving a blossom of airy grace. Grows extremely well and multiplies rapidly. 3½ feet. $15.00
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