( Currier McEwen
, R. 1982). Seedling 78/143(3). SIB (diploid), 38" (97 cm), Midseason bloom. Light violet blue (RHS 97C), slightly darker (97B) Falls, blue violet (97D) signal with blue (100C) midrib. 'Signals Blue'
X 75/52(6): ( 'Anniversary'
x (( 'Cambridge'
x 'Blue Brilliant'
) x ( 'Blue Brilliant'
))). Seaways Gardens 1982. Honorable Mention 1984.
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| From AIS Bulletin #245 July 1982 Introducing KENABEE (McEwen 78/143(3») Diploid, 39", M. Lovely light violet-blue descendant of Dear Delight. Named after Ken and Agnes Waite and Bee Warburton, who selected it from some 90 siblings. $25.00. Seaways Gardens.
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