by Carol Warner
, R. 2010) SPEC-X (Pseudata)
; 48", Midseason bloom. Red-violet standards and falls, very deep red-violet eyelash around smaller yellow signal; violet stylearms; color changes dramatically as flower opens. 'Gubijin'
X unknown (mixed JI pollen). Draycott 2010. Honorable Mention 2014
; Award of Merit 2017
; Randolph Perry Medal 2022
"The female devil".
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| From Draycott Gardens catalog, 2016: YASHA (Hiroshi Shimizu, 2010) 48" M. Can't you just see the eyes of the devil in this flower? The color changes dramatically as the flower opens, giving a lovely contrast on the clump of many different shades. Also note the thin dark edge surrounding the falls. The name means “The female devil”. $10.00
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