■(TB) 'Alpine Glow'
( Rudolph E. Kleinsorge
, R, 1944) TB, height 40". Late bloom. Color Class-B7L ( 'Mexico'
X seedling). Honorable Mention 1946.
From Cooley's Gardens catalog for 1945: "Large flower of subdued rose tones, bordering on lilac or pale violet. It has a slaty overcast, suggesting the soft colors of mountain valleys at sundown. The beard is gold and there is some brown shading at the haft. a sturdy and well branched stalk 40 inches tall holds the self-colored blossoms well aloft. Petals are crimped like an Oriental Poppy."
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