, R. 1971). Seedling# 54-67. TB, 29" (71 cm). Midseason bloom. Standards white; falls rich yellow; gold beard. 'Glacier Gold'
X Seedling# 27-63: ((41-S9: two yellow seedlings involving 'Pinnacle'
and 'Soft Answer'
) x (seedling# 99-60: 'Broadway Star'
)). Wills 1973.
| From AIS Bulletin #210 July 1973 Introducing TRISKELION (Wills '73) (Sdlg. 54-67). TB. Medium to late. Yellow amoena. White standards; medium yellow falls. Good contrast. A ruffled flower with excellent substance. Sets seed and has some pollen. Glacier Gold X a seedling related to Bright Herald. $20.00. Meade Haven. (A triskelion was a very old rotary symbol found in several ancient cultures which features either three arms or three legs running.) Meade Haven.
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