by Carol Warner, R. 2009). SPEC-X (Pseudata)
; 42" (107 cm), Midseason. Standards small, erect cream overlaid wine giving wine-purple effect; style arms cream veined wine, white rim, some light yellow on edge and midrib; Falls white lightly veined red violet, slight yellow overlay on center, signal bright yellow, deep red-violet eyelash marking in pointed pattern; foliage purple base. 'Gubijin'
X mixed JI pollen. Draycott 2009.
Translation: Ripple marks.
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| From Draycott Gardens catalog, 2016: SAMON (Hiroshi Shimizu, 2009) 42" M. SAMON is unique, tall, and quite a vigorous grower. The color of the bud is a dark wine-red, but the opening flower reveals a color change to a very light background lightly veined red-violet with a yellow wash over the entire fall. The small standards are similar and the erect style arms coordinate nicely in a much darker wine color edged by a yellow border. A bright yellow signal is surrounded by a deep red-violet eyelash marking in a pointed pattern. The bright green foliage has a beautiful purple base. The name means “Ripple Marks”. $15.00
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