by Carol Warner
, R. 2010) SPEC-X, (Pseudata)
; 44-48" (112-122 cm), Early to late bloom. White with yellow signal, purple eyelash. 'Gubijin'
X unknown (mixed JI pollen). Draycott 2010. Honorable Mention 2014
, Award of Merit 2016
Translation: "Willow in the snow"
| From Draycott Gardens catalog, 2016: YUKIYANAGI (Hiroshi Shimizu, 2010) 44-48" EML. Yukiyanagi blooms taller than other whites with purple eyelash patterns, and the foliage is also tall and vigorous. Numerous buds are held on the terminal plus two branches, and the clump was in bloom from early to late in the season. The name means “Willow in the Snow”.$10.00.
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