( Charles H. Hall
, 1923) TB. Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y9D.
| From C. H. Hall catalog, 1923: YELLOWSTONE -Standards clear, soft, straw yellow; falls velvety reddish chestnut, with a noticeable warm glow. A rich, and fine “yellow-and-red” effect. Shows pallida influence in the form and distribution of the flowers. 28 inches. S5.00 each.
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