■(JI) 'Japanese Sandman'
, R. 1979) Sdlg. 935-12. JI, 36" (91 cm), Midseason late bloom. White ground, veined and washed violet; violet stylearms, edged white; lemon yellow signals. Source of seed: George Park. Unknown parentage. Bush 1980. Honorable Mention 1982.
| From AIS Bulletin #238 July 1980 Introducing Introducing: JAPANESE SANDMAN. Sdlg. 935-12, 91 cm, ML. A languorous giant Japanese. White ground with violet wash and veining glowing over the wide, semi-pendent petals. Lemon spears accent the dreamy beauty of this noble flower. Violet styles are edged white. There is nothing drowsy about its growth or bloom. Fall delivery. $20.00. George Bush.
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