■(TB) 'City Of Gold'
'City Of Gold'
( Paul Black
, R. 2005). Seedling# J144A. TB, 41" (104 cm), Late midseason bloom. Standards white, heavily and finely veined, heavier fine veined band; style arms medium yellow; falls medium-dark yellow, 1½˝ wide area of red veins running from beard to ¾ of way down petal, red stippling over lower half; beards bright orange-yellow; ruffled, lightly laced; pronounced sweet fragrance. Seedling# C39A,'Spring Kiss'
sibling X 'Cinnamon Sun'
. Mid-America 2005. Honorable Mention 2008, Award of Merit 2011.
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| From Mid-America Garden catalog, 2005: CITY OF GOLD - TB, 41 " (104 cm), Midseason-Late. City Of Gold is another variation of the Puccini/Quandary type pattern that incorporates the work of Opal Brown and Melba Hamblen. White standards are covered with a network of fine gold veins becoming heavier around edges to form band. Falls are rich, medium gold with red sanded veins streaking from gold beards and spreading into a wedge on their lower half. This wedge is also stippled with red. Strong stalks have four branches and spur with 11-12 buds. Sdlg. J144A: Spring Kiss sib X Cinnamon Sun. $45.00.
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