■(SIB) 'Harpswell Snowburst'
( Currier McEwen
, R. 1990). Seedling T(6)83/37(3). SIB (tet.), 36" (90 cm), Early midseason bloom. Standards blue violet (RHS 94C) veined darker (95B); Falls same, edged silver, large stippled white signal. T(5)75/83(1): (T(4)72/10(1), inv. 'White Swirl'
, 'Snowy Egret'
, 'Morning Magic'
, 'Fairy Dawn'
, McGarvey pink seedling x ( 'Sally Kerlin'
)) X 'Windwood Spring'
. Pope's Perennials, Seaways 1991
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| From AIS Bulletin #280 January 1991 Introducing HARPSWELL SNOWBURST: T6 83/37/(3), Tetraploid, 36", E-M. The outstanding feature of these nicely shaped flowers are the dramatically stippled white signals which appear to burst out on the medium blueviolet (RHS-94C) silver-edged falls. 1 branch and 3 buds. $35. Seaways Gardens/Pope's Perennials.
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