■(TB) 'September Song'
, R. 1960) Seedling# H7-23C. TB, 32" (81 cm). Early to late bloom. Golden apricot, light area in center of falls; apricot beard. 'Bright Forecast'
X 'Glittering Amber'
. Mission Bell 1962. High Commendation 1960; Honorable Mention 1963; Judges Choice 1963, 1964.
| From Mission Bell Gardens catalog, 1962: SEPTEMBER SONG (Hamblen) No. H7-23C. Early to Late. 32 inches. Brilliant as autumn leaves, with Chinese coral (614) standards; Chinese yellow (606/1) falls, and a shrimp-red beard set off by an area of sparkling white. Standards semi-closed; falls with a graceful, lilting air. Ruffles, fine substance, good branching, and prolific bloom. (Bright Forecast X Glittering Amber.) HC '60. Net 25.00.
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