■(SDB) 'Glebe Brook'
(John Burton II
, R. 1998). Seedling# 88 H 3. SDB, 11-13" (28-33 cm), Early bloom. Standards powder blue, midrib shaded green; style arms pale blue, bright blue midrib; falls powder blue, darker blue texture veining heavier near beard, reverse shaded green; beards bright blue, gold in throat. 'Bibury'
X unknown. Hermit Medlars Walk 1999. Honorable Mention 2003
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| From AIS Bulletin #313 April 1999 Introducing GLEBE BROOK (BURTON, J '99) SDB SDLG 88H3 11-13". The colours of powder blue veined green with deep blue halo around the bright blue beards are reminiscent of the blue skies and green Vermont meadows reflected in the crystal clear waters of the Glebe Brook for which it is named. $15. Hermit Medlars Walk.
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- Gives many flowers with 4 petals and falls, and seems to pass this trait to it's babies -- LoicT - 25 Dec 2009