(Carl S. Milliken
by Philip Edinger, R. 1999). TB, 40" (102 cm). Late midseason bloom. Ruffled cream ground plicata overlaid light pink, dotted dark rose markings; beards dark yellow. Parentage unknown. Milliken 1950.
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| From Milliken Gardens catalog, 1950: A charming plicata with a shell-pink ground color lightly sprinkled with dark rose dots. A golden beard adds a contrast note. It is an exceptionally good performer, the blossoms are large and ruffled, and either in the garden, or as a cut flower, gives a light airy touch. With browns or blues it is breathtaking. 3 feet. $7.00.
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