■(TB) 'Whirling Ruffles'
, R. 1964). Seedling# 63-23. TB, 30" (76 cm), Midseason bloom. Color Class-B1, Steel blue self; white beard. Seedling# 61-51 ('Galilee'
x seedling# 59-10) X seedling# 61-16 ( 'Galilee'
x seedling# 59-10).
| From AIS Bulletin #205 April 1972 Introducing WHIRLING RUFFLES (Rudolph '72) $25.00. No. 67-36 (Pink Taffeta X 61-42: (63-29 x 61-42) x (Pink Ice x 59-55)). Midseason. 30". A clear light orchid (RHS 75C) with a white blaze in center of the falls. Very ruffled upright standards clearly show the wide lacy styles. Horizontal falls are wide and deeply ruffled and complemented by a deep pink beard. A very beautiful departure in the orchid color and form. Three well spaced branches and terminal, wtih seven buds. Substance and plant habits are excellent. Fertile both ways. Half sister to PINK SLEIGH. HC '71. Lakelawn Gardens.
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