( Robert Hollingworth
, R. 2003). Seedling 97B1A4. SIB (tet.), height 33" (84 cm), Early bloom. Standards medium deep red; style arms light blue and red mixture; Falls medium deep red, white wire rim, very large white signal. 92J3B8, 'Somebody Loves Me'
sibling, X 92H6A3: (87S4D1: ( 'Hubbard'
x ( 'Pink Haze'
x 'Wing On Wing'
)) x 'Jewelled Crown'
). Windwood 2004.
| From Windwood Gardens catalog, 2008: CURRIER (2004) VE-E. tet. Seedling 97B IA4. Sib to Bright and Beautiful. One of the earliest Siberians to bloom for us (except for I. typhifolia crosses), Currier is a real eyecatcher. The ground color is a quite deep shade of red-violet, but what catches the eye from a distance is the contrast with a very large pure white blaze. There is a delicate white rim on falls which are flaring and gently ruffled. The flower stalks are tall and held well above the spear-like foliage to provide an outstanding clump structure. There are 1-2 branches and 3-4 buds. $20.00
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