( William Mohr
and Sydney B. Mitchell
, R. 1925) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-S9D. 'Ramona'
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| From Ssalbach catalog, 1925: RAMELDO. As its name indicates, this is a cross of Ramona and Eldorado. It is an attractive blend of the same type, but taller and darker than either and quite unlike any other we have seen. Perfectly hardy anywhere. Stock limited. 32.50.
| From Indian Spring Farms catalog, 1927: RAMELDO (Mohr 1925). As the name indicates, this is a cross of Ramona and Eldorado. It is an attractive blend of the same type, but taller and darker than either and quite unlike any other we have seen. Perfectly hardy. $2.00 each.
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