by Carol Warner
, R. 2008) SPEC-X (Pseudata)
; 34-36" (86-91 cm), Midseason bloom. Standards white, slight light purple blush upon opening; style arms creamy yellow, ends brushed light lavender; falls white, pointed deep yellow signal lightly freckled bright wine, jagged wine eyelash extending downward into a line. 'Gubijin'
X mixed JI pollen. Draycott 2008. Honorable Mention 2012
, Award of Merit 2014
, Randolph-Perry Medal 2017
Translation: "Big Mirror".
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| From Draycott Gardens catalog, 2016: OKAGAMI (Hiroshi Shimizu, 2008) 34-36" M. This pseudata was awarded the best seedling in our beardless show in 2006. The color changes slightly as the flowers open giving a clump an interesting appearance. The standards are white but have a purple blush upon opening, style arms are creamy yellow with the ends brushed lavender and the falls have a very pointed bright wine colored eyelash. The name means “Big Mirror”.
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