■(TB) 'Cape Town'
, R. 1966). Sewedling# 63-145. TB, 38" (97 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-RV5L, Standards pale blended beige and rose-lilac; falls deeper blend of beige and rose-lilac; brown-purple hafts; tangerine beard. 'Claudia Rene'
X 'Glittering Amber'
. Cooley 1967.
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| CAPE TOWN (Gaulter, '67) M. 38" Each $6.00 This subtle interfusion of delicate beige and rose-lilac results from a cross of 'Claudia Rene' and 'Glittering Amber', as does the new 'Baccarat'. However, there is no color similarity in the two. The first is flamboyant and lively; this one is less exciting, more tranquil, but equally beautiful and appealing. Standards and falls are about the same shade of mauve, but the contrasting brown-purple hafts provide a sharp contrast. Beard is deep orange. Very wide falls and abundant ruffling enhance its all 'round high quality. No. 63-145. [Cooley's Iris, 1967].
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