■(PCN) 'Eye Catching'
, R. 2004) Seedling #EP-211V4. CA, 15" (38 cm). Late midseason bloom. Standards and falls yellow ground, lined and dotted red brown to hairline gold edge on all petals; large yellow signal. Seedling #CP-109G: ('Rancho Corralitos'
x 'Wilder Than Ever'
) X seedling #BP-175Q3: (seedling #PA-824Z: (seedling #PC-227V: ('Cozumel'
x seedling #PE-203E2: (seedling #PG-185Y, pollen parent of 'Trancas'
x seedling #PG-158: (seedling #PI-212rose: (seedling #PK-279H3, 'Black Eye'
sibling x PK-309PK, 'Herald'
sibling) x seedling #PG-156K2, pollen parent of 'Pet Name'
))) x 'Referee'
) x seedling #PF-189P3: (seedling #PH-301E2: ('Los Californio'
x seedling #PJ-166ORPL, 'All Shook Up'
sibling) x seedling #PL-196-O3: (seedling #PM-215K: (('Spring Daze'
sibling x 'Ano Nuevo'
) x ('Enclosed'
x 'Ano Nuevo'
)) x seedling #PL-312N3, 'Mists Of Time'
sibling))). Bay View 2005. Honorable Mention 2008
; Award of Merit 2011
| Awaiting original catalog description
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