, R. 1981). Seedling 74-5OC. BB, 26" (66 cm). Midseason bloom. Standards golden buff (M&P 11-3-G), lightening to colonial buff (10-2-G) in center; falls mimosa yellow (1O-J-2), paler (1O-E-1) in center, dahlia purple (55-J-12) dotting on hafts, giving butterscotch brown effect; dull yellow beard; slight musky/sweet fragrance. Seedling 71-19C: ('Picayune'
sibling x 'Roundup'
) X seedling 71-18A: ('Picayune'
). Keppel 1982.
| From AIS Bulletin #244 January 1982 Introducing HOPSCOTCH (Keppel '82) M 26" ((Picayune sib x Roundup) X (Picayune x Roundup)). Fat, frilly flowers of golden buff to lemon tan, the hafts moderately marked with dahlia purple, giving a butterscotch brown effect. Excellent branching. #74-50C. $20.00. Keith Keppel.
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