■(TB) 'Glittering Amber'
, R. 1955). Seedling# 53-26D. TB. height 36", Early to late bloom. Color Class YO5. Blended apricot and amber. 'Palomino'
X Muhlestein seedling# 51-11E, sibling to 'June Meredith'
. Mission Bell 1957. Honorable Mention 1957; Judges' Choice 1958; Award of Merit 1959.
| From AIS Bulletin #150, July 1958: GLITTERING AMBER (Palomino X sister to June Meredith). Glittering, tangerine-bearded apricot-amber with lace. H.M. 1957. $25.00. Mission Bell.
| From Rainbow Hybridizing Gardens catalog 1963: GLITTERING AMBER (Hamblen '57) M-34". A stunning apricot-amber that fairly glitters. Has so much color, personality & charm it has been winning awards for years; was on the JC list in '58 & reached the AM in '59; in '60 it was awarded the HM in Florence, Italy. A very scarce item, I suggest ordering immediately if you want this. Very wide of parts with lots of lace and ruffling. A real knockout. Palomino X sib. to June Meredith. Regularly $5.00; on $10 order $3.95; on $25 order $3.50.
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