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■(TB) 'National Treasure'

2007, Spoon

'National Treasure' (Donald Spoon, R. 2007). Seedling# 98-114A. TB, height 36" (91 cm), Late midseason bloom. Standards white; style arms same, lavender blue midribs; falls rose pink (RHS 80D) shading to plum (80B) near periphery, light rose pink borders (76D), dark violet hairline on edges, broad (76D) midline and veins below beards, darker and more maroon (blend of 175B and 61B) on hafts and shoulders; white beards tipped red orange (41A) in middle and throat; ruffled; slight sweet fragrance. 'OutrageousFortune' X 'My Ginny'. Winterberry 2007.

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From AIS Bulletin #345 April 2007 Introducing National Treasure (D. Spoon) TB, 36" (91 cm) 7 buds, ML, Sdlg.#98-114A. Ruffled. Closed, domed standards are snow white as are style arms with lavender blue midribs. Arched falls grading from rose pink (800) to plum (80B) near periphery beside light borders. Falls have light rose-pink (76D) borders, broad midlines below beards, and venation. Darker and more maroon (blend 175B & 61B) in hafts and shoulders. Dark violet hairline on edges of falls. White beards tipped red orange (41A) in middle and in throat. Slight sweet fragrance. Fertile both ways. (Outrageous Fortune X My Ginny). $40. Winterberry Gardens.

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