(TB) 'Autumn Chameleon'
( Raymond G. Smith
, R. 1965). Seedling D79-GR. TB Re, 29" (74 cm), Early bloom and rebloom. Color Class-OY2VD, Very pale tan; Falls brushed deep red-purple (Nickerson 10P 3/9). Rundlett seedling E-18-R (Sass F-53-1 x 'Lugano
') X (Hall pink seedling x 'Gibson Girl
). Smith 1966.
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| From AIS Bulletin #185 April 1967 Introducing AUTUMN CHAMELEON. A sibling of CLOUD DUET with even greater width of parts which came close to being a fancy amoena. Standards light egg shell tan; falls brushed red-purple. Nicely ruffled overall. Striking and unusual. $20.00. R.G. Smith.
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