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(JI) 'Japanese Princess'

1988, McEwen

'Japanese Princess' ( Currier McEwen, R. 1988) Sdlg. 80/166(1). JI (6 F. diploid), 36" (91 cm), Midseason to late midseason bloom. Ruffled light lavender pink (RHS 78C), light yellow (11 C) signal; almost white (78D) styles. 76/16J: ("Mitsu Zakura" x 'Simple Elegance') X self. Pope's Perennials, Seaways Gardens 1988. Honorable Mention 1990.

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From AIS Bulletin #268 January 1988 Introducing JAPANESE PRINCESS: Diploid, double, mid-season. This grandchild of Simple Elegance and Mitsu Zakura is our best pink to date. Nicely ruffled 7" flowers on 36" stalks. $25.00. Seaways Gardens.

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