(TB) 'Betty Nesmith'
, R. 1933) TB. Midseason bloom. Color CLass Y4D. Slight fragrance. Honorable Mention 1936. Washington 1934, Fairmount 1934.
Citations: Bull. A.I.S. 63
:62 (Oct. 1936).
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| Betty Nesmith. This tall, soft primrose flower with its flaring falls and gleaming golden beard is more beautiful the second day of its life than when just out, but it seems a little slow in becoming established, but it is worth waiting for. [Mrs. Herman E. Lewis, "Varietal Notes 1938", A.I.S. Bulletin 72 (January 1939): 10.]
| BETTY NESMITH (Washington 1934) L. S. are clear canary yellow, well domed and beautifully formed. F. are flaring and of same tone as standards. A smoothly finished flower of heavy substance. H. M., A. I. S. 1936. R. 89 1937. 36 in. $ .50.
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