■(TB) 'Mysterious Ways'
, R. 2003). Seedling# 96-28C. TB, height 40" (102 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards absinthe yellow (M&P 12-J-2) to walnut (12-E-6) at base, blended greyed violet (44-E-8); style arms chartreuse yellow (11-I-1), lavender lip; falls oyster white (10-B-1), light yellow (10-G-1) edge, hafts light chrome yellow (10-L-4); beards dandelion (9-L-4), cadmium yellow (9-L-8) in throat. Seedling# 92-69B: (seedling# 88-99C: ('Florida Orange'
x (((seedling# 69-42D, sibling to 'Punkin'
pod parent, x seedling# 68-59A, pollen parent of 'Marmalade'
) x 'Orange Empire'
) x 'Orangerie'
))) x 'Island Dancer'
) X 'Crowned Heads'
. Keppel 2004. Honorable Mention 2006; Award of Merit 2008
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| From AIS Bulletin #332 January 2004 Introducing MYSTERIOUS WAYS M 40" (((Florida Orange x Flashpoint sdlg.) x Island Dancer) X Crowned Heads). S. absinthe to cream, blended violet toward base; F. oyster, light yellow edge and darker haft, beards yellow. #96-28C. $45.00. Keith Keppel.
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