(TB) 'Ah Sweet Mystery'
'Ah Sweet Mystery'
( Lloyd Zurbrigg
, R. 1975). Seedling G 76 'Ja Wohl'. TB, height 34" (86 cm), Early midseason bloom and rebloom in Oct (in VA). Standards pale to light violet with gold to golden brown veining, self effect; Falls pale violet almost completely overlaid golden brown, deeper at hafts, tiny border of pale violet; golden brown beard. ( 'Avis'
x 65-32-AM-Re) X 'O My Goodness'
. Avonbank 1975.
Reported Rebloom in: VA USDA Zone 7
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| From AIS Bulletin #217 April 1975 Introducing AH SWEET MYSTERY. A very large, very smooth, very flaring unique bicolor that brings infinite "class" to the remontants. S. are pale violet blended with gold, and the similar falls are almost completely overlaid with a smooth wash of gold, giving a rich, golden-tan effect. (Sdlg. G 76 "JaWohl"). $25.00.
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