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■(SPU) 'Forever Young'

1976, Roe

'Forever Young' ( Bernice Roe, R. 1974) Seedling #D-85-1. SPU, 35" (89 cm). Midseason bloom. Ruffled blue; small yellow signal. 'Neophyte' X seedling #103-A: ( 'Elixir' x 'Driftwood'). Pacific Coast Hybridizers 1976. Honorable Mention 1977.

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From AIS Bulletin #221 April 1976 Introducing FOREVER YOUNG (Bernice Roe) breaks several traditions for Spurias. I consider this, as a result, to be Bernice's best Spuria to date. A smaller plant, shorter stalks, and a medium-sized flower, but what a flower-deep ruffling and an even, sunfast lavender-blue col~r with a tiny yellow signal. $15.00. Pacific Coast Hybridizers.

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-- LaurieFrazer - 2010-08-03
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