, R. 1990). Seedling# 85-69R. TB, 40" (102 cm). Late midseason bloom. Standards red orange; falls green orange; beards tangerine. Seedling# 82-37W: 'Esmeralda'
sibling X 'Guadalajara'
. Bay View 1991. Honorable Mention 1994.
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| From Bay View Gardens catalog,1991: KATMANDU, 40 inches, mid to late season. $35.00. As exotic as its namesake, this is the first of the many exotic departures that the orange line is producing. The standards are red-orange and the falls are a bright yellow-orange with a decided green cast, and all of this is topped off with a burnt tangerine beard! The blooms are large with deep ruffling. Tall stems with good branching and bud count. Truly unique and splendid. No. 85-69R:(Esmeralda sib X Guadalajara), EC '89.
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