( Todashi Kamijima
, 1900-1910) JI. Single. Color Class-6.
| From Fairmount Gardens catalog, 1942: AKAFUKURIN (Toko-en 1900-1910) Sgl. Pure white back-ground with a border of rosy pink. Early flowering and delightful. $2.00
| From Flowerfield Bulb Farm catalog 1956: AKAFUKURIN (Yokahama). Pure white trimmed or edged with deep red-purple. The small rounded standards, the style columns and crests, and the gracefully drooping falls all show the same edging of color. This is a rare variety. Each $3, Three $6, Doz. $18.
| From Marx Gardens catalog, 1955: AKU-FUKURIN (Red Border) Each $1.50. A beautiful single of utmost charm and daintiness. Large white falls are dotted and trimmed in rosy purple. Erect standards are white with a hairline border of red purple. A parent of some of our best new things.
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