, R. 2003). Seedling# 93-105A. TB, 35" (89 cm), Early midseason bloom. Bright golden glow (M&P 9-L-6) to dandelion (9-L-4) self; beards brighter and darker than chrome yellow (9-L-7); pronounced spicy sweet fragrance. Seedling# 90-98A: ('Jolt'
x seedling# 88-99A: ('Florida Orange'
x seedling# 83-43A: ('Flashpoint'
x (((seedling# 69-42D, sibling to 'Punkin'
pod parent, x seedling# 68-59A, pollen parent of 'Marmalade'
) x 'Orange Empire'
) x 'Orangerie'
)))) X Gatty seedling# X9-1: ('Gold Country'
). Keppel 2004. Honorable Mention 2006.
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