(TB) 'Captain Wells'
, R. 1941) TB. Midseason/Late bloom. Color Class R4D. fragrant. ((('Morning Splendor'
) x (('Seminole
) x ( 'Seminole'
x 'Morning Splendor'
))) x ('E. B. Williamson'
). Cook, Longfield 1941. Honorable Mention 1942; Award of Merit 1943. 1949 Checklist citation: Bull. A.I.S. 90
:3 July 1943.
Named for Captain Wells, one of General Anthony Wayne's famous officers, for whom Wells County, Indiana, was named.
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| From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1948: CAPTAIN WELLS (P. Cook 1941) M. A deep glossy maroon purple with splendid habits of growth. A self, neat and finished in form with almost no haft markings. The whole flower has a shining surface that gives the rich color life and brilliance. H. M., A. I. S. 1942. A. M., A. I. S. 1943. Per. R. 89 1943. 38 in. $2.50.
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