■(TB) 'Hallelujah Trail'
, R. 1966). Seedling# 62-1C. TB, 36" (91 cm), Midseason to very late bloom. White bordered coppery orange; stitched and speckled. ('Copper Halo'
) X ('Rimfire'
x 'Full Voltage'
). Fleur de Lis 1966. Honorable Mention 1968.
| HALLELUJAH TRAIL (Tompkins '66) M. VL. 36 in. ((Copper Halo x Rimfire) x (Rimfire x Full Voltage)). This plicata carries enough fire, copper and full voltage to make it Torchy enough to light up any trail. Little wonder that its been such a favorite here. Its large, excellently formed flowers are very heavily substanced sleekly finished and have delightfully fluted petals. It has a ground color of enamel white and a broad, bold, half inch border of heavily stitched and sanded Starburst red, a color that seems to be a blend of Fire orange, Burnished copper and Sunset flame. Strong, well branched stalks with lots of buds and a long blooming season. One of the brightest spots in the garden. No. 62-1 C. Net 25.00. [Fleur De Lis Gardens, Canby, Oregon, Catalog, 1966]
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